An ugly brawl broke out simply moments after the top of the Anthony Joshua boxing match.
Shocking footage reveals a bunch of males stopping traffic and a bus as they throw punches in Newcastle on Saturday evening.
An enormous crowd of onlookers snigger and chant Joshua’s title as the general public punch-up unfolds in the course of a highway, amid shouts of ‘go on’ and ‘get to him’.
The clip has already been shared hundreds of instances on Facebook with some viewers claiming the actions of these concerned ‘put Newcastle to shame’.
‘Where is the Christmas spirit,’ requested one person who commented on the clip, whereas one other branded the group ‘numpties’.
The incident is known to have occurred shortly after the British boxer reclaimed his world heavyweight titles.
The footage, which police are conscious of, seems to indicate a bunch of males fancying themselves as fighters, with punches thrown within the skirmish, which left some contributors on the ground.
In the background, spectators could be heard singing Joshua’s title to the tune of White Stripe’s ‘Seven Nation Army’ earlier than the dust-up finally fizzles out.
A Northumbria Police spokesperson mentioned officers attended after first receiving a report of a fight on the Bigg Market simply after 10.20pm.
It’s then believed to have moved over to Grainger Street.
The pressure added: ‘At the time police arrived, folks had been dispersing and no complaints had been obtained.
‘No arrests were made.’