Footage of violent fight in Glasgow city centre emerges on social media after Europa League final

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Violent fight in Glasgow city centre emerges on social media after Europa League final
Violent fight in Glasgow city centre emerges on social media after Europa League final

A VIOLENT assault involving young women in Jamaica street after the Europa League final has emerged on social media.

The video, which was uploaded last night around 11.50pm, shows a fight erupting among people standing outside the Jamaica Street McDonald's and spilling out onto the road.

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The group seems to include young women and some are wearing Rangers tops and scarves.

Glasgow Times: The video of the fight was uploaded last night, after the Europa League final.
Glasgow Times: The video of the fight was uploaded last night, after the Europa League final.

The video of the fight was uploaded last night, after the Europa League final.

Glasgow Times:
Glasgow Times:

In the video, filmed by a motorist, some of the group start pushing and kicking before a woman is shoved to the ground.

She then starts kicking as men and women in the crowd grab and pull her by the hair.

Another woman is seen pulling her to the ground and then starting to furiously punch the first woman's head and face.

Glasgow Times: Some intervened to break up the fight, which occurred on Jamaica Street.
Glasgow Times: Some intervened to break up the fight, which occurred on Jamaica Street.

Some intervened to break up the fight, which occurred on Jamaica Street.

Some in the crowd are seen intervening to stop the fight which was blocking the traffic on the city centre road.

Glasgow Times:
Glasgow Times:

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers are aware of reports of a disturbance on Jamaica Street near to Argyll Street on Wednesday, 18 May, 2022.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”

It comes after Rangers were defeated by Eintracht Frankfurt at the UEFA Europa League final in Seville last night.

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