Chaos as Boxing Day shoppers brawl and hurl metal rail at staff inside Pull&Bear

A violent fight broke out between shoppers who tried to get the best deals in a high street store during Boxing Day sales.

Dozens of bargain hunters were inside a Pull & Bear shop in Oxford Street when two women began hurling clothes at each other before a security guard intervened.

The video first shared on TikTok shows two women – both in black hooded jackets – wrestling on the busy shop floor among other shoppers.

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As the chaos unfolds, passers-by scream and run to exit the shop while some stay at the stairs on the first floor.

One of the two women grabs a metal stand and threatens to throw it towards the other one.

The guard rushes in and separates the pair as he grabs a shopping bag from one of them.

As he turns around, the other shopper raises the metal stand over her head and gets ready to strike at him.

He knocks her to the ground and takes the stand out of her hands.

The two women then settle and walk off.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police confirmed the incident happened on December 26.

The statement read: "Police were called at 18:10hrs on Monday, December 26, to reports of an altercation at a shop in Oxford Street.

"Officers found a member of staff with a head injury. He declined medical assistance and continued his work.

"There have been no arrests. Enquiries are ongoing."

In Birmingham, a man was stabbed to death at a nightclub in Digbeth.

Police believed the 23-year-old victim, who was in the nightclub with his friends, was approached by a group of people on the dancefloor and then attacked.

They are now appealing for the public to come forward to help identify the people involved in the attack.


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