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Mother describes shock of cigarette stubbed out on sons head

The mother of a three-year-old boy who had a cigarette stubbed out on his head when he was walking with his mother in Nottingham has described her shock.

It happened at around 6.30pm on Thursday 6 September in Noel Street, Hyson Green.

A man aged between 30 and 35-years-old approached the boy and his mother.

Nottinghamshire Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the incident.

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Man stubs cigarette out on 3-year-old's head

Police want to question this man in connection with an assault on a 3-year-old boy Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

A three-year-old boy had a cigarette stubbed out on his head when he was walking with his mother in Nottingham.

A man aged between 30 and 35-years-old approached the boy and his mother at around 6.30pm on Thursday 6 September in Noel Street, Hyson Green.

Police have released CCTV images of the man they want to question in relation to the incident. He is described as black, 5ft 3ins, of average build and clean shaven with afro style hair.

Cigarette break ban reduces staff resentment, says Managing Director

"I think the non-smokers are really happy about it because it cuts down on resentment levels. We're quite a proactive business. We answer the phones quickly and answer emails quickly.

If there are three or four colleagues around the corner having a cigarette break that leaves another three or four colleagues to pick up the slack. So the non-smokers are very happy.

The actual smokers themselves- one has given up, some of the others are happy to smoke at their desks, and there's probably a couple that aren't so happy about it"

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