Disturbing footage shows a group of men fighting in Asda – with police called to break up the violent clashes.
The video, uploaded by the Twitter account @crimeLdn, shows a frenzied brawl at East Ferry Road store on the Isle of Dogs at 10.35 pm on Thursday (February 18).
In the video, bottles loudly smash and a man yells "stop" while other people involved in the fight shout angrily.
The men kick, punch, swing bottles and throw each other to the ground, knocking over displays in the supermarket and creating scenes of chaos.
One man was badly injured in the fray, but his condition was not life-threatening.
Customers inside backed away from the scene, as the fight took over the entire entrance of the store, Kent Live reports.
A spokesman for the Met Police said: "Police were called to East Ferry Road, E14, at 10.35 pm on Thursday, February 18 to reports of a fight involving a number of males at a commercial premises.
"It was reported bottles were being used as weapons.
"Officers attended, along with London Ambulance Service [LAS], and found one male injured.
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"Paramedics treated him at the scene before he was taken to an east London hospital for further care.
"His injuries are not life-threatening."
An Asda spokeswoman said: "We do not tolerate violence in our stores and we are thankful to our colleagues for their quick response in calling the police."
Currently, no arrests have been made and enquiries are still ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD7853/18Feb.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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