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A man dressed up in a mascot bear costume has been beaten up and racially abused by a gang of teenagers in a shopping centre in Trowbridge.
The man, who was dressed as 'Billy the BrightHouse bear' pictured above, was doing promotional work in The Shires Shopping Centre when he was suddenly attacked by a group of of teenage boys.
The group of six or seven offenders punched the man before subjecting him to racial abuse.
Despite the victim being mixed-race, police are puzzled as to how the attackers knew of the man's heritage when he was dressed in the full bear attire.
Police are appealing for witnesses of the incident which happened on February 5.
More than 800 operations and appointments have been cancelled across the West as junior doctors walk out for the second time.
They're protesting over a proposed new contract which they say will mean they'll have to work more anti-social hours with no extra pay. However all emergency care today was protected.
Here are the figures ITV News have compiled of all the operations and appointments affected across the region.
ROYAL UNITED HOSPITAL
DORSET COUNTY HOSPITAL
NORTH BRISTOL NHS TRUST
UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS BRISTOL
YEOVIL DISTRICT HOSPITAL
The Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust and Great Western Hospital would not provide the figures for the number of operations and appointments disrupted by the junior doctors industrial action today (10 February). This is the second time these both trusts have refused to provide their figures.
Junior doctors say they're striking against the imposed changes in pay for unsocial hours, claiming it devalues the work doctors do on evenings and weekends.
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Junior doctors across the West Country are taking part in a 24 hour strike.
The row is over new contracts and weekend pay. We spoke to some of those on the picket line in Taunton about why they're striking:
Junior Doctors have formed a picket line at Cheltenham General Hospital.
It's one of many across the West as a 24 hour strike is underway for the second time.
They're protesting over proposed new contracts which will see them working more anti-social hours with no extra pay.
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Junior doctors across the West have begun their second 24 hour strike.
The row is over new contracts and weekend pay. NHS England says consultants and nurses will provide cover but some non-emergency treatments have been cancelled.
Junior doctors across the West begin a second 24 hour strike at 8am this morning. The row centres on a disagreement over new contracts.Read the full story ›
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