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Reveller smashes up police car and others fight in street at Brixton block party

Reveller smashes up police car and others fight in street as Brixton block party turns into terrifyingly violence chaos

  • Footage shows a large amount of people congregating near Angell Town at 7pm
  • In one video a man climbs on a police car then repeatedly hits it using a table leg
  • A further clip posted to Twitter shows hundreds of people running away in fear

A street party erupted into chaos last night in Brixton with one man smashing up a police car and hundreds of people filmed fleeing in terror from the violence. 

Footage circulating on social media shows a large amount of people congregating near Angell Town, in south London, at around 7pm. 

In one video a topless man climbs on a police car then repeatedly hits it using a table leg. While another man leaps onto the vehicle to stamp on the windscreen.

Two men set about vandalising a police car after a party in Brixton erupted into violence last night

Two men set about vandalising a police car after a party in Brixton erupted into violence last night

The crowd appear to encourage the act of vandalism with one person shouting ‘yeah, yeah’ in the background. 

In another clip, a large fight appears to break out. There a claims on social media that someone was stabbed. 

A further clip posted to Twitter shows hundreds of people running away in fear. The claim on the video is that someone has been shot.

More terrifying footage shows a man advancing on police saying ‘what what what’ while telling the police to back up and holding what appears to be a sword.

Police in Brixton last night

A man advancing on police with a sword

Dozens of police were videoed at the scene last night (pictured left), in one clip a man could be seen advancing on officers with what appears to be a sword (pictured right)

Large amounts of police are pictured at the scene last night.

Other emergency vehicles were also reportedly damaged during the chaotic scenes last night. 

The Metropolitan Police have been contacted for comment.

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