Pictured: A 26-year old father was stabbed in the neck to his death at a Boxing Day bar brawl.

  • After an incident at Gypsy Queen pub, father, Coley Byrne was named locally.
  • South Yorkshire Police responded to reports that there had been a stabbing incident at 10:20pm
  • Friends and family paid their respects online after flowers were laid at the Beighton Pub. 

The 26-year-old victim, named locally as Coley Byrne, died in hospital

Coley Byrne was the victim.

As friends remember him, a father was fatally stabbed in a Boxing Day bar brawl. 

Coley Byrne (26 years) was the victim of the Gypsy Queen Pub incident that occurred in Beighton in Sheffield on 26/12/2011. 

South Yorkshire Police reported that officers responded to a report of an attack at 10pm. Detectives are now conducting an investigation. 

Derbyshire Times was told by one resident that it sounded like an intense scuffle at the parking lot. The noise was quite loud, and the glass broke and crashed a lot.

As a token of respect, flowers were planted outside the pub yesterday. 

Un man said that he was devastated after receiving flowers. He was among the most beautiful men you could ever meet. “I can’t believe it.

Online tributes were paid to Mr. Byrne by heartbroken friends.

Rochelle Bethany wrote, “I will forever be missing you and will never forget about you.”

The incident took place at the Gypsy Queen pub in Beighton, Sheffield, on December 26

On December 26, the incident occurred at Gypsy Queen in Beighton (Sheffield).

Flowers were laid as a tribute outside the pub yesterday. One man who left flowers said: 'I'm devastated. He was one of the loveliest guys you could meet. I don't believe it'

Yesterday, flowers were placed outside of the pub as a memorial. A man left flowers and said, “I am devastated.” He was the most charming man you’d ever meet. You can’t imagine it!

‘You were my best friend I am truly gutted, I don’t ever think I’m going to come to terms with what I have seen and what has happened tonight.’

Shannon D’arcy said: “Devastated to you all, sorry about your loss. He was an amazing young man.

The investigation was led by DCI Mick Hakin. He stated: “We are seeking to talk to any person who might have been with the Gypsy Queen at that time, and may have seen anything which can help us figure out what caused the death of a young boy.”