Gascoigne hospitalised days after Stevenage arrest

Stevenage Railway Station

Stevenage Railway Station - Credit: Archant

Paul Gascoigne was rushed to hospital last night after collapsing outside a hotel according to national news reports.

Staff at the £90-a-night Royal National Hotel in Euston, Central London, told the Daily Mirror he was not staying there but had collapsed in the courtyard.

The incident follows Gascoigne’s arrest on Thursday night at Stevenage railway station on suspicion of common assault and suspicion of being drunk and disorderly. He was held in a police cell for 12 hours overnight before being bailed without charge until July 21.


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