Watch terrifying moment thug brandishes huge MACHETE in wild street brawl involving 'Deliveroo driver' | The Sun

TERRIFYING footage has emerged of a thug brandishing a huge machete during a street brawl with bystanders.

The yob wielded the long blade as a crowd of helmet-clad moped drivers clashed in Kingstanding, Birmingham, on February 8.

A clip of the horrifying fight was posted on social media and shows the man swinging the knife at others and just narrowly missing.

It appears that some of those involved in the altercation are on his side, with one of them using what appears to be a length of wood to batter his opponents.

The group fighting the thugs, including someone who appeared to be a Deliveroo driver, chased them away to some nearby shops.

Some of the attackers fled on foot, while one used a white moped to drive off.


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Witnesses were left in fear and disgust, with one saying they were "appalled" by the violent outburst in broad daylight, adding that children could have been walking home from school.

It is not known what caused the clash, but reports suggest it involved the attempted theft of a motorbike.

In the video, one of the men can be seen kicking over a line of mopeds, before running off with the machete-wielding yob.

Moon Baba, who presumably filmed the clip, posted it to Facebook with the caption: "Every day in Birmingham."

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A spokesperson for West Midlands Police told Birmingham Live: "We were called to reports of disorder where weapons were brandished in Warren Farm Road at just after 4pm on February 8.

"No-one is known to have been injured and enquiries are continuing."

Deliveroo have been contacted for comment.

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