Shocking moment women hurl chairs and tables in mass brawl at Italian restaurant after England Euros defeat

THIS is the shocking moment women hurl chairs and tables in a mass brawl at an Italian restaurant after England's Euros defeat.

Punches and tables were thrown as plates and glasses were smashed in appalling scenes filmed at the eatery in the Isle of Dogs, East London.

In the video, screaming and shouting can be heard as the fight broke out inside Italian restaurant, Capeesh.

Tables were toppled over in the scuffle as customers grappled with fellow footie fans, throwing them on to the floor.

One horrified customer yelled "s**t" as he helped his female companion to a safer part of the premises.

The security guards could be seen in video trying to calm the situation, but moments later punches were again being thrown by some of the fired-up mob.

Punches were aimed at heads, as glasses went flying through the air, smashing on fellow drinkers.

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Dozens of men and women appeared to have been involved in the clash, with one man receiving several punches to his head.

When the yobbish brawl was posted online, one user wrote: "Looks like a great way to enjoy yourselves, you know instead of having a quiet drink and chat."

Others blamed it on the "demon drink" while commenting, "if only we won", and "it was a game of football ffs".

But 'Gooner Mark' noted: "S**thouse launching a glass at the girl's head."

And Jamie Leigh joked: "Looks like a good night."

However one local resident told detractors: "Having spent many years going after work, it generally is a nice place to go!"

The Metropolitan Police confirmed they were called to "a restaurant in Peninsula Square, Isle of Dogs, at 10.55pm on Sunday, July 11 to reports of a large group of people fighting.

"Officers attended and broke up the fight. One man was arrested on suspicion of affray.

"He was taken to hospital to be treated for a minor injury before being taken into custody and then released under investigation."

The force added that its investigation is continuing.


The shocking brawl coincided with disgusting scenes at Wembley, which descended into chaos at the Euro final — when 2,500 ticketless, drunken thugs stormed the stadium.

Terrified families called security for the showpiece event a shambles, with fights breaking out around the ground.

Britain’s F1 ace Lando Norris was mugged for his £40,000 watch after the game with Italy — England’s biggest since 1966.

Players’ families were caught up in skirmishes, children were    left in tears, a female security guard was trampled and a disabled entrance stormed.

There have been calls for the FA, which owns Wembley ­stadium, to step up security, amid fears any bids to host future World Cups would be harmed.

Moments before kick-off on Sunday night, drunk hooligans surged through cordons, sparking chaos.

The Met Police reported that cops have so far arrested 86 people following the final, including 53 at Wembley.

They've been nabbed for a number of offences including public order offences, ABH, drunk and disorderly and criminal damage.

A total of 19 officers received injuries.

In total across the tournament there have been over 130 arrests.

Friends and families of stars including captain Harry Kane, John Stones, Raheem Sterling and Harry Maguire also saw trouble unfold as dozens barged into their section.

A source said: “All the players had their kids in there. It was ­terrifying. The wives, girlfriends and children were all crying. There were a couple of fights.

“It got really nasty and was very upsetting. There were not enough stewards and no police in sight.”

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