/Brutal moment gang of thugs kick and stamp on victim lying on the floor in violent brawl

Brutal moment gang of thugs kick and stamp on victim lying on the floor in violent brawl

Brutal moment gang of thugs kick and stamp on victim lying on the floor in violent brawl in front of horrified families at beauty spot

  • Violence erupted in Birmingham’s picturesque Cannon Hill Park on Monday
  • Footage shows several men surrounding another man while punching him
  • He tries to get to his feet but is sent back down to the ground during the attack 
  • Police are calling for witnesses after two flick knives were found at the scene 

This is the shocking moment a gang of thugs brawled with each other in front of horrified families at a Midlands beauty spot. 

Violence erupted in Birmingham‘s Cannon Hill Park on Monday after a group of yobs clashed.

Sickening footage shows several men surrounding another man, and repeatedly punching, kicking and stamping on him as he lies on the floor.

Footage shows the moment a brawl broke out in Birmingham's Cannon Hill Park on Monday

Footage shows the moment a brawl broke out in Birmingham's Cannon Hill Park on Monday

Footage shows the moment a brawl broke out in Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park on Monday

It shows a large group of youths fighting before they appear to target a man on the ground

It shows a large group of youths fighting before they appear to target a man on the ground

It shows a large group of youths fighting before they appear to target a man on the ground

The man attempts to get to his feet before being sent back to the ground in the attack

The man attempts to get to his feet before being sent back to the ground in the attack

The man attempts to get to his feet before being sent back to the ground in the attack

Onlookers can be heard screaming in horror as other men then viciously clash near the picturesque park’s bandstand like a ‘feral pack of animals’.

Officers rushed to the scene after concerned members of the public called police and recovered two black flick knives after the group dispersed.

One witness, who did not want to be named, said: ‘There were hundreds of people in the park as it was a lovely day. A lot of families with kids were about and it couldn’t have been nice to witness this.

‘It was all a bit chaotic but fights then started breaking out all over the place. They were like a feral pack of animals.’

He is repeatedly kicked and punched as he tries to get himself up in front of horrified families

He is repeatedly kicked and punched as he tries to get himself up in front of horrified families

He is repeatedly kicked and punched as he tries to get himself up in front of horrified families

One man is seen in the footage stamping on the victim's chest as another targets his head

One man is seen in the footage stamping on the victim's chest as another targets his head

One man is seen in the footage stamping on the victim’s chest as another targets his head

West Midlands Police’s Ops Support Unit took to social media to share images of the fearsome blades that were recovered after they attended the scene.

They tweeted: ‘After disorder in cannon hill park and various reports of issues, U3b attended in support of our neighbourhood colleagues, conducted a weapons sweep of the area and recovered these.’

The dramatic footage was obtained by the Facebook page Birmz Is Grime, where it has since been viewed thousands of times.  

Police who attended the scene later posted an image of weapons taken from the scene

Police who attended the scene later posted an image of weapons taken from the scene

Police who attended the scene later posted an image of weapons taken from the scene

The image showed two flick knives, which were found at the park, after the alarm was raised

The image showed two flick knives, which were found at the park, after the alarm was raised

The image showed two flick knives, which were found at the park, after the alarm was raised

Nobody is believed to have been seriously injured during the violence and police said they would be patrolling the area while enquiries into the disorder continue.

A West Midlands Police spokesperson said: ‘We were called to reports of a disorder between a large group of people in Cannon Hill Park at around 7.30pm on Monday June 1.

‘Officers attended and on searching the area discovered two knives.

‘Police will be patrolling the area while investigations continue to establish what has happened.

‘Anyone with any information is asked to contact us via Live Chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight or call 101 anytime.

‘Please quote log number 4323 of 1 June.’

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