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Three men stabbed at south Sydney bar

Three men have been stabbed at a bar in Sydney's south after another man who was evicted from the premises allegedly returned with a knife.

Police say two men argued at the bar on the Princes Highway at Arncliffe in the early hours of Sunday.

A man aged in his 30s was escorted off the premises but allegedly returned with a knife and stabbed three men before fleeing.

Witnesses chased the alleged offender and held him until police arrived. The man has now been charged over the stabbings.

The three stabbed men were taken to St George Hospital, one with a wound to his hand, one with wounds to his stomach and shoulder and the third with a wound to his chest.

© AAP 2017

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