This is the shocking moment a woman wearing a wedding dress is brutally beaten amidst a brutal street brawl.
The reason why the dispute arose is unclear, but it appears to have taken place recently in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
Footage, uploaded to social media sites, begins with a man aerial kicking another person in the street while people can be heard screaming.
The short clip then shows a woman who looks like she is wearing a wedding dress and appears to be facing a man in a black t-shirt.
He is then seen throwing a few punches at her as she stretches out her arms to defend herself.
Above the shouting, a man can be heard yelling, “Oi, get off her.”
Then the man starts walking away while the woman keeps yelling at him.
Then a gang of thugs can be seen beating up a man in front of a shop with the shutters down.
Someone yells, “Damn it, cut it, bro…cut it.”
As the man lies in the street, a man appears to stomp his head while another man rushes in to stop him.
However, when the man lying on the street tries to get up, he is kicked again.
Several voices can be heard telling the attacker to “leave it”.
The disturbing footage ends with the attacker appearing to walk away while several bystanders look on.
Sun Online have contacted Greater Manchester Police for further details.
The clip was uploaded to an Instagram account called @mcroutlaws two days ago and has already garnered more than a hundred comments condemning the violence.
One person said: “Britain makes rubbish.”
Another added: “S**thouses. One hits a woman, then another stomps on her head!”
While a third wrote: “Disgusting fellows. Give those excuses and be ashamed of people hitting women and stepping on someone while they’re on the ground. pathetic.”
A mass brawl broke out on Bournemouth beach in June this year.
In March, a man was left unconscious after thugs armed with poles were attacked during a street brawl.
Over in Spain, on a street called “Sin Street,” a massive brawl broke out, pitting teenagers against each other with chairs and broken bottles.