POLICE have been called to a major incident in Cardiff as drinkers were evacuated from bars and the city centre was sealed off.
Details of the incident are not yet clear, but eyewitnesses reported seeing one man being tasered by police.
There were also reports of a possible stabbing.
Queen Street in the city centre is currently cordoned off and there is a large police presence in the area.
Bars and pubs in Wales reopened on November 9 following the end of a 17-day “firebreak” lockdown imposed on October 23.
Speaking to Wales Online, student Elizabeth Winter, 25, said she was walking in the centre when she saw a commotion at the top of City Road.
“There was a group of young men shouting at police,” she said.
“There were around four or five officers shouting back.
“I overheard someone saying that someone had been ‘cheffed’ – street slang for a stabbing.”
She added that the man who was tasered was white, in his twenties, and of a large build.
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