During four hours of surgery, Blake Golding had 50 stitches to his face
The mother of an ex-doorman who had 50 stitches after a glassing incident has taken part in a campaign to cut down on alcohol-related violence.
Blake Golding's face was cut with a bottle when he tried to help a fellow colleague at a nightclub in 2004.
In one of Hampshire police's three video podcasts Marjorie Golding, says her family were left "devastated".
Reading FC's James Harper also warns teenagers, as part of the alcohol-related violent crime campaign.
"Nothing could prepare me for what I saw when I went behind the curtains [in the hospital] - my son lay on an A and E trolley covered in blood and there were trickles of blood on the floor," said Mrs Golding.
"[The stitches were] from his upper lid into his hairline, his lower lid across his chin, and he also had stitches in his neck.
"The glass bottle had just missed his jugular [vein] by half an inch and luckily, missed his eye - he spent four hours in surgery.
"It has been an emotional roller coaster."
Blake had "run over to protect the colleague, unfortunately, he stumbled on the doorstep and ended up on the wrong end of bottle", she said.
As a result of the horrific multiple injuries Mr Golding sustained, Mrs Golding and her husband set up a campaign for plastic bottles and glasses to be used at late-night venues.
The Goldings hope with their "Pop Campaign" they will gather enough national support to change the law.
Championship footballer, James Harper, describes why he is teetotal in his podcast.
"Don't get smashed so you don't know what you're doing," he says.
In the final video, Spencer Winch, a South Central Ambulance Service paramedic, reveals his experiences "out on the road" on Friday and Saturday nights.