Police Inspector Mark Kellert told The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, "He was out on the street and realized there was blood on his hand, noticed his finger was missing, and went to hospital."
After the man reached the bar and informed the guards about the missing finger, they were able to locate it with a huge amount of blood in the pub's bathroom.
The man, whose identity is not yet revealed, is currently being treated in the hospital but it was not clear if his severed finger was reattached or not.
i find alcohol related incidents so amusing, yesterday i had to go to the accident and emergency department of the hospital as my brother thabet had stupidly got hit by a table tennis racket and got himself quite a big lump on the front of his head.
i would have posted a picture but when i took out my camera he told me off and wouldn't let me take a picture sadly, oh well.
you guys should have seen it, it reminded me of the cartoons, you know when they get hit on the head and a huge bump appears on there head lol.
well thabet didn't find it very amusing, i did though, and alhamdullilah he is fine no probs, just has a bruise and a lump on his forehead.
any way the point about alcohol, about 95% of those waiting to be seen at accident and emergency where due to alcohol related incidents, its a pity that a person will get themselves in such situation for the sake of a drink, they don't realise that not only are their lives at risk but others as well and they drag the health system with them, aaaaah frustrating.