Cunningham said two men - Ryan Ali and Ryan Hale, who are standing trial accused of affray with Stokes - left Mbargo and walked off with O'Connor and Barry.
Earlier in the day, the jury were shown body-camera footage from the police officer (PC Stacey Allway) who arrested Stokes and heard from an off-duty police and community support officer who suggested Stokes was "the main aggressor" during the part of the fight he witnessed. Mr. Spure then said he identified Mr. Stokes to police who then arrested him, the court heard.
He also denied flicking his lit cigarette end in the suggested manner at a gay man's head outside the club.
Images released today show the injuries sustained by Ali and Hale after allegedly being attacked by Stokes, hours after England beat the West Indies in a one-day worldwide in the city. In it, Ali denied saying anything offensive to either Barry or O'Connor, but accepted that "one of the guys" became "quite irate" after "banter" between the men. "Although I can't remember anything specific now, I do recall that the language being used was homophobic in nature and was being directed at Kai and William by Ryan Hale and Ryan Ali".
"One of the guys responded - he said "shut up or I'll bottle you" in an aggressive tone to me". He mentioned my gold teeth and he said I looked like [expletive] and I replied, "Thank you very much".
Stokes' police interview at the time lasted 21 minutes, and involved two handwritten statements.
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"I got a little frightened so closed the window and went back to bed".
"I believe I felt threatened", he said.
"As I was on my own, when I separated two of them more people carried on behind me. I saw him after everything happened".
Stokes added he "felt under threat of immediate attack from both these men and I did what I did only in order to defend myself".
The cricketer is missing England's upcoming second Test match with India at Lord's due to the trial at Bristol Crown Court.
In a statement, Mr Spure said he had tried to separate Mr Stokes and Mr Ali, with the others continuing their behaviour behind him.