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Shocking video has emerged showing a violent brawl outside a McDonald's, leading to three men being brutally knocked to the ground.
The clip has gone viral on social media since the incident happened in Ashford town centre in Kent on Friday, September 16.
One middle-aged man is seen swinging his punch to a man in black top, sending him falling backwards right by the restaurant entrance.
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The crowd scream in excitement and the man continues to take on another man, punching him in the face – and it just keeps on going.
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"Oh! Oh! What the f***!" a woman yells while watching the man in grey hoodie face planting in a fall to the floor.
The bloke who suffered the first blow gets to his feet for another showdown – only to get defeated again.
He stumbles backwards, hitting the large bin behind him.
Onlookers have been cheering and shouting, a woman in blue jacket intervenes and tries to stop the aggressor from attacking the others.
But she gets pushed to the side.
The video was posted with a caption: "Get this man a UFC contract!"
One viewer compared the scenes to video game "Grand Theft Auto".
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"Every time I thought the video was gonna end it just kept going," another commented and a third added: "Nah that black jacket man is mad.
"Man's got up four times like 'bro, stay down you only gonna make it worse'."
Kent Police said they were called to a disturbance in Ashford High Street at 6.51pm on September 16.
They said: "Officers attended and three men, aged 53, 37 and 23, were arrested on suspicion of affray.
"The 53-year-old man has since been released on bail and the 37-year-old man and a 23-year-old man have been released under investigation.
"Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and officers are aware of footage of the incident which has been posted on social media."
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