Australia 'There was blood dripping all over the place': Horrified onlookers scream for police as shirtless man and tattooed dad brawl inside a Coles supermarket

02:45  17 april  2018
02:45  17 april  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Two men have traded blows in front of horrified customers in the dairy aisle of a Coles supermarket.

The fight, which saw a shirtless man and a tattooed dad grapple with each other and throw wild swings, took place inside a Brisbane supermarket.

Richard Harding, who was shopping inside the Chermside supermarket with his wife, watched the fight unfold and said the pair left a trail of blood through the store.

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'One of them had a kid, he was there with his missus and his kid… I mean Christ almighty, you're in Coles,' Mr Harding told Yahoo7 News.

'There was blood dripping all over the place… it was terrifying, the shoppers and staff were all pretty shocked.   

a group of people in a room: Two men have been filmed as they brawled inside of a Coles in Chermside Queensland, as customers watched on with some trying to break it up © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Two men have been filmed as they brawled inside of a Coles in Chermside Queensland, as customers watched on with some trying to break it up It's not clear what sparked the melee, but the pair can be heard shouting profanities at each other as they brawl while onlookers threaten to call police

'You hit me bro, you got kids bro,' one of the men appears to say in the vision. 

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'Guys come here, that's enough guys,' he says, trying to separate the pair.

One of the men then stands up and takes a swing at the good Samaritan before turning his attention back to the other man. 

'I'm calling the police,' a woman can be heard saying. 'Don't leave.'

Just as it looks like the fight has stopped the men go at it again and the women shouts to them about her 'chain'. 

'That's mine, that's my chain give me my f---ing chain,' she shouts. 

a person standing in front of a store: A bystander then tries to intervene and break up the fight. 'Guys come here, that's enough guys,' he says as he tries to break up the fight © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A bystander then tries to intervene and break up the fight. 'Guys come here, that's enough guys,' he says as he tries to break up the fight Another women, possibly the one filming, then threatens to call the police herself. 

'I am calling the police if you do not leave,' she said.

The two men break away from each other quickly and begin to go their separate ways but not before one of the men gives the other an ominous warning.

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Coles were contacted for comment and a spokesperson said that it was a matter for Queensland Police.

A Queensland Police spokesperson said they were called to the site.

It is not clear what started the fight between the men but they are heard shouting profanities at each other during the scuffle, before punches are thrown © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited It is not clear what started the fight between the men but they are heard shouting profanities at each other during the scuffle, before punches are thrown 'Police did attend reports of a disturbance at a Chermside shopping centre around 3pm on April 15, but there has been no complaint from either party,' the spokesperson said.

The clip was posted to Facebook on Sunday and generated a number of comments.

'Security should of been there asap,' one user wrote. 

'Only on the north side,' another added.  

Sales growth at Coles is still behind Woolworths .
Coles headline food and liquor sales for the third quarter were up 1.9% to $7.8 billion. Headline food and liquor sales for the third quarter were $7.8 billion, up 1.9%. Comparable sales were up 0.9%.

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