Shocking footage has surfaced from Britain’s second largest city Birmingham as Muslim drug gangs clashed and fought with swords over a dispute.
Shouting and swords clanging can be heard as the horrific attack took place in broad daylight at a public park.The two men filming the incident chat to each other in a foreign language as the city, where violent crime rate is skyrocketing, recently recorded that around 5% of its population speak no English whatsoever.
Two 19-year olds, an 18-year-old, and a 15-year-old male were stabbed and sustained non-life-threatening injuries at the Henry Barber Park fight on October 17.
The video is captioned with a jab at the announcement that 2.5 million 50 pence coins with the slogan “Diversity Built Britain” scored on the back.
“England’s second largest city Birmingham at the weekend, Pakistani drugs gangs fight with swords in broad daylight in a park, 4 stabbed,” the video’s poster wrote.
“We were called to reports of disorder and fighting in Henry Barber Park and nearby Imperial Road at around 6pm yesterday evening (17 October).
“Two men, both aged 19, as well as an 18-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy were taken to hospital with stab wounds. “None of their injuries are thought to be life-threatening or life-changing at this time.
“All four have been spoken to by officers, we’ve also recovered forensic evidence from the scene.
“Our enquiries are currently ongoing to establish exactly what happened and who was involved.
“We understand that a large number of people were in the area at the time and anyone who witnessed what happened, or has any other information should get in touch.”
Despite the dramatic footage and four stab victims being registered, nobody was seriously harmed.
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