Griffith caught up in fracas at Oval
an investigation is being conducted by Queen's Park Cricket Club into an incident which occurred early on Saturday morning at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain.
The Express understands that National Security adviser to the Prime Minister, Gary Griffith, and his guest, who were at the Oval after a football match on Friday evening, intervened in a physical altercation involving two men.
In an e-mail sent out by Queen's Park Cricket Club to its members yesterday, honorary secretary Peter Inglefield stated:
"Please be advised that there was an unruly incident in the Members' Bar late Friday night/early Saturday morning involving a number of persons, which required the intervention of the club's security.
"Please note that this incident is being investigated as a matter of urgency and disciplinary action will be forthcoming against those responsible, as appropriate."
Griffith, whose security company Captain Gary Griffith and Associates, also provides security to the facility, declined to comment on the incident yesterday.
"Anything pertaining to that matter, I leave to the management of the Queen's Park Cricket Club," he said. —Asha Javeed