A woman required reconstructive surgery after being assaulted by a man in a popular night spot.
The incident happened at about 12.10am on Saturday after the 39-year-old victim left a bar in Ashton Lane, in Glasgow’s west end.
As she watched a busker perform in the street, she was approached by a man who verbally abused her.
The suspect then punched the woman in the head, causing her to fall to the ground and fracture her wrist, police said.
She was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment.
The suspect was wearing a tartan or checked shirt and jeans. He fled towards Great George Street after the incident.
Detective Constable Nick Gribben said: “This is a popular area with revellers and plenty of people would have been in the area around the time of the incident.
“We are reviewing CCTV images, however at this stage I am appealing to people who were out and about in Ashton Lane around that time to get in touch with us – it’s possible they can provide us with further detail on the suspect which will assist our investigation.”