Bloodbath Britain: Shocking moment when a knife man attacks the rival on the street before thrusting the blade into him and forcing viewers to enter – when the police arrest a man in his 20s while the victim fights for his life
- The audience watched as they tried to tear a person's knife while another was lying on the floor
- The attacker loosened and stabbed his victim again before the knife was removed
- The police arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder. It is critical, but stable
There was a shocking street fight in which a man was stabbed while lying on the floor.
The terrible video shows a group of viewers trying to knock a man's knife off while another person is lying on the floor, bloody.
But the attacker broke away and stabbed his victim again before he finally wrestled the knife.
The terrible video shows a group of viewers trying to knock a man's knife off while another person is lying on the floor, bloody
The video ends with a viewer dropping the giant knife on the floor after a man is detained.
The police arrested a man in his 20s yesterday at around 7.30pm on suspicion of attempted murder in the Barton Street incident in Gloucestershire.
A man in his thirties has been hospitalized and is in critical condition while a second has been treated for an arm injury.
The police are currently investigating.
Gloucestershire police said: “Detectives were granted custody extension for a man who was arrested on Monday night on suspicion of attempted murder.
Officials visited Cheltenham Magistrates' Court this morning, Wednesday August 28, and received an arrest warrant for another 36-hour extension. This will take place tomorrow evening, Thursday August 29th.
"The 20-year-old man was arrested by armed police on Monday night in connection with a knife stab in Barton Street in Gloucester that injured two people."
A man lies bloody on the floor as the fight continues in the shocking video
The statement continued: “A man in his thirties who has sustained serious injuries remains in a critical but stable condition in the hospital.
"The second man had to be hospitalized for an arm injury and has since been released from the hospital."
Witnesses were asked to contact the Gloucestershire police or to call 101 stating incident 426 on August 26.