Vicious struggle breaks out at Aintree races as ‘shameful’ males ‘throw punches and kicks’ | UK | News | EUROtoday

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A vicious brawl broke out at Aintree racecourse with fists flying as racegoers apparently punched and kicked one another in entrance of shocked witnesses.

The struggle is reported to have erupted on Becher Chase day on the dwelling of the Grand National in Sefton, Merseyside.

Footage seen greater than 1,000,000 occasions after it was posted on social media exhibits two males apparently laying into one another as racegoers will be heard within the background shouting and screaming.

A person seems to step in to interrupt up the scrap however he then will get walloped by one of many two males who begins lashing out on the man.

Two others then become involved because the bystander who initially stepped in pushes the lad by doorways onto a stairwell.

More males begin piling into one another, with one lad kicking one other man as he stumbles whereas making an attempt to stand up from the ground.

All hell then breaks unfastened as 4 or 5 different guys begin on one another, whereas some attempt to break up the scuffling.

Meanwhile, within the stairwell a person will be seen holding down one other as a 3rd lands punches to his physique.

The sickening scenes of violence had been condemned by social media customers, one among whom wrote: “Good day’s racing yesterday at Aintree but sad to see yet more violence on racecourses.”

Another described the entire incident as “shameful” with a 3rd writing: “There’s nothing more cringe than seeing grown men fighting.”

Aintree Racecourse and Merseyside Police have been approached for remark.