What do Guardian readers think about the Worksop gas attacks?

Bar maid Melissa Seaman, 21, took this photo after her eyes started burning during the gas attack
Bar maid Melissa Seaman, 21, took this photo after her eyes started burning during the gas attack

Guardian readers and residents have taken to social media to express their disgust after gas attacks on two Worksop pubs.

“Let’s hope it was a prank,” posted Julie Lumley on the Guardian facebook page. “Glad everyone was ok.”

Shauna Stone posted: “I hope they catch the low life scum bag who ruined what was a nice night out with friends.”

Rachel Booth wrote: “Sad people go around spoiling other people’s nights! What happened to going out and having a good time?”

Joanna Keeling wrote on The Cornerhouse facebook: “I’m 22 weeks pregnant and decided to stay in- so glad I did. God knows what damage it could of done to me and my unborn baby.”

Louise Trow wrote: “It’s bad when you feel you can’t go out anymore and are made to feel unsafe. Hope they just don’t get a slap on the wrist like most do.”

Were you there during the gas attack?

Did you take pictures or video footage of the attack?

Send these along with your view to sophie.wills@jpress.co.uk

Read the full gas attack stories here:

Patrons gasp for air and flee in panic during mystery gas attack

Barmaid tells of terrifying ordeal during gas attack on Worksop pub