A 39-year-old man is fighting for his life after being hit outside London gay bar Admiral Duncan, passers by found the victim lying on the road unconscious calling the ambulance immediately. According to the report by GSN the man had a serious head injury and his condition is currently described as critical but stable. It is understood the victim and another group of people were drinking inside the Admiral Duncan on Wednesday evening. A fight broke out just outside the venue and a 23-year-old assaulted the victim. Witnesses say the victim was on the pavement ‘with one punch’. The police held the attacker captive although the case is not investigated as a hate crime. The Admiral Duncan was the site of one of the most well-known attacks on LGBTI people in the UK. On 30 April 1999, a neo-Nazi planted a nail bomb that, when exploded, killed three people and wounded around 70. Several people lost eyes or limbs.