Wedding carnage caught on CCTV as tables are launched in ‘Wild West’ brawl

A wedding brawl right from the "Wild West" has been caught on CCTV showing guests hurl tables at each other.

Regent Hall in Bolton, Greater Manchester descended into an arena of violence on Thursday, August 24, with viral footage on social media showcasing the chaotic wedding day fight.

Attendees had taken their seats for dinner but were soon throwing both furniture and hands at the family and friends of the bride and groom.

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The fight is believed to have started when one guest knocked the hat of another, with the first bloke slapping the man, who then jumped in with a punch of his own.

Absolute carnage soon followed, a brawl which saw one man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer and later released.

Clips of the incident showed a man using a walking stick as a weapon while a curtain is torn down during six minutes of uproar.

Police confirmed there were no "life-changing or life-threatening injuries" at the venue, which saw scenes of violent behaviour from guests attempting to beat one another up.

Two children were seen wandering through the venue as an argument spilled over into violent conduct, with one man even grabbing a pole and attempting to beat others with it.

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A woman could also be spotted stood with a baby at the back of the venue, while the foreground erupted with violent behaviour.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesperson said: "At around 8.30pm on Thursday 24 August 2023, officers responded to reports of a disturbance at a business in Prescott Street, Bolton.

"Officers were able to split up an ongoing fight and bring the situation under control. There were no life-changing or life-threatening injuries.

"One man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer. Enquiries are currently ongoing."

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