THIS is the shocking moment men do battle with sticks and an ad board outside a kebab shop.
One thug appears to bite a man's face while another takes a pole to the neck amid the carnage.
Chaos erupts as one man in a flat cap whacks another wielding a stick with the ad board in the East London fight.
A man in a yellow top then runs into a shop as the video, filmed by a passer-by, pans to two blokes grappling, with one of them also holding a long stick.
The man in the cap whacks them with the board before it is pulled off him by a shopkeeper during the vicious brawl.
He then grabs the stick and hits one of the men with it, as another yob with a pole joins in before they do battle and others pile in.
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One man can be heard screaming as he is hit during the chaos which exploded on Saturday night.
A witness repeatedly shouts, “stop this” as one of them appears covered in blood.
The one-minute and 14-second clip ends with him adding: “Guys, just leave it.”
Cops were called to the late-night fracas outside the kebab shop on Burdett Road, Limehouse, and two fellas were arrested.
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They were both taken to hospital for injuries sustained in the brawl.
Cops also arrested two males on suspicion of GBH.
One local fumed: “Total madness.”
One named Will added: “Most dangerous place to be in the early hours on a weekend a kebab shop.”
A Met Police spokesperson said: “We were called shortly before 9pm on Saturday to a fight in Burdett Rd, E14.
“We attended and arrested two males on suspicion of GBH.
“Both were taken to the hospital, neither is in a life-threatening condition.
“Enquiries are ongoing to identify an outstanding suspect."
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