Big Smack! Moment two women brawl in ugly clash in Leicester Square before fight carries on inside McDonald’s restaurant
- One woman punched the other four times while she was lying on the floor
- Security guards forced to intervene after the fight carried on into the restaurant
Two women were involved in a brawl on the ground outside before fighting in a McDonald’s restaurant in central London.
One with blonde hair punched the other four times while she was lying on the floor, exposing explicit body parts in Leicester Square.
Three men tried to separate them before the sister of the woman on the ground pulled her attacker’s hair.
She was then pushed away as a man helping the woman in the pink dress tried to usher her away.
He then slapped her pal as the two warring girls are pulled apart.
Two women were involved in a brawl in Leicester Square on Sunday night
One woman pushed the other on the floor before punching her four times while she was on the ground
The man and the girl in pink were both bundled to the floor again when the fight continued into the McDonald’s restaurant, where the two young women began fighting again and pulling each other’s hair.
The brawl was filmed in a three minute and 47 second clip by an onlooker in the West End in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A big group of people gathered round them with some trying to help and others watching on in horror.
The man and the woman in the pink dress entered the restaurant at first, followed by the other woman who pushed through the entrance as security guards tried to break up the fight.
The two women continued to tussle in the fast-food eatery but then disappear out of view.
Meanwhile one woman’s sister screamed at security after they blocked her from getting in, shouting: ‘Get out the way! That’s my sister!’
The fight carried on into a McDonald’s restaurant where security guards intervened to break up the women up
The McDonald’s security guard prevented one woman’s sister from entering the restaurant
Some onlookers compared the scene to something out of Whipsnade Zoo
A McDonald’s spokesperson said: ‘An individual involved in an ongoing incident in the local area came into our Leicester Square restaurant.
‘Our security team reacted quickly, both contacting the police and de-escalating the situation.
‘Anti-social behaviour has no place in our restaurants, and we would like that thank everyone working at the restaurant for responding quickly and professionally.’
Local Dave O’Brien said: ‘Classy, very classy.’
Jay Yazbo quoted the 1999 Sisqó song, adding: ‘That thong thong thong thong thong.’
Another added: ‘The state of London these days.’
A fourth said: ‘Did the girl lose her skirt?’
One added: ‘Visit London they said. It’ll be fun they said.’
Another compared the brawl to Whipsnade Zoo.
MailOnline has approached Met Police for comment.