Water technique to behave! Thugs use MOPS as weapons throughout a weird brawl inside Manchester’s Trafford Centre (earlier than making a clear getaway)

  • Three males held mops aloft as they battered one another throughout the pinnacle
  • Footage of the combat at The Trafford Centre was shared on-line on Wednesday 
  • Video clip confirmed one of many mops snapping with the drive of the impression 










That is the weird second half a dozen males launched mops at one another throughout a brawl within the centre of a busy buying centre.  

Three males held mops aloft as they battered one another throughout the pinnacle in Manchester’s The Trafford Centre.

Footage of the combat shared on-line on Wednesday confirmed lengthy mop handles snapping because the boys, who gave the impression to be youngsters, quarrelled. 

As they hit one another with the mops others stood round watching. 

Social media customers could not assist however snigger because the video circulated on-line – with many viewers evaluating the combat with mops to ‘a roadman’s Star Wars’.

Three men held mops aloft as they battered each other across the head in Manchester's The Trafford Centre

Three men held mops aloft as they battered each other across the head

Three males held mops aloft as they battered one another throughout the pinnacle in Manchester’s The Trafford Centre

Footage of the fight shared online on Wednesday showed long mop handles snapping as the boys, who appeared to be teenagers, quarrelled

Footage of the combat shared on-line on Wednesday confirmed lengthy mop handles snapping because the boys, who gave the impression to be youngsters, quarrelled

A person commented: ‘Man out right here duelling like star wars.’

One person steered the film model of the combat may very well be titled: ‘Star wars the final council home’

One other amused viewer requested: ‘Please somebody edit them brooms into gentle sabers’

In the meantime others have been simply grateful that the boys have been combating with mops relatively than knives – with somebody writing that they’d take ‘this over knives anyday’.

Whereas one other on-line person comically mentioned: ‘Mop on mop crime is rife on the min.’ 

MailOnline has contacted Better Manchester Police for remark.  

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