Man wearing motorcycle club T-shirt attacked near local

Authorities are investigating after an Elm Mott man who was wearing a T-shirt bearing the name of a motorcycle club affiliated with the Bandidos was attacked and seriously injured, evidently after leaving a local bar. McLennan County deputies found Eusebio Ramon early Sunday morning lying in a pool of blood, Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Ferguson said.

Ramon told deputies he was jumped by a number of men on East Long Street, just a block away from MacDaddy’s Pub at 101 East Long. St. in Elm Mott. He had injuries to his face, lacerations, contusions, and was covered in blood, authorities said.

He was wearing the motorcycle club T-shirt when he was attacked, but the attackers ripped off the shirt during the assault. He told authorities he thinks the T-shirt was the reason he was attacked, Ferguson said. Ramon was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and later released.