Shocking footage has emerged on social media of two men fighting on a crowded MTR train as it moves through Hong Kong.
The video, which has gone viral on Facebook, showed the incident which happened on the MTR Tuen-Ma Line train.
The two blokes were seen throwing punches and dragging each other around the carriage, before one of them, who was dressed in black was slammed against the door.
A woman, dressed in white, was seen trying to separate them a few times and it is believed that she is the girlfriend of one of them, according to Dimsum Daily.
Other passengers were seen getting up and moving out of the way of the brawl as one made their way to notify the driver.
The man dressed in black even shouted and told his opponent to put his face mask back on after the commotion settled down.
MTR staff boarded the train at the next stop to investigate the situation.
The video was shared online by Today Review67 and racked up more than 2,500 likes and 1.1k shares.
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One shocked user commented: "It's a pity for you, Hong Kong people. You're so powerful that you're fighting with each other without any reason. It's a rare phenomenon in a civilized society. It's like a third world war."
Another added: "Hong Kong people just love to watch people fight."
A third wrote: "Enthusiastic citizens, busy reminding the public to wear masks even after the pandemic is over."
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The incident isn't the first brutal fight to take place on an MTR train. In December 2021, a 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a 63-year-old man for removing his mask to eat fish balls and siu mai in the carraige.
The suspect, Hyun, was arrested for alleged assault causing actual bodily harm on the Kowloon Tong station's platform at around 9.44pm on Christmas Day.
However, his victim, named Wong, was discharged from Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Yau Ma Tei for head injuries.
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