Matthew McAlister involved in wild brawl at the Glasgow Arms Hotel, Ultimo | 7NEWS

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Sydney man, Matthew McAlister, who started a pub brawl at the Glasgow Arms Hotel in Ultimo has pleaded guilty to assaulting another patron. The shocking punch up was caught on camera. And, it’s not the first time that the 35-year-old has been accused of a drunken attack.

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