Seven people have been arrested after a man was stabbed in a mass brawl inside a designer store in London.
The incident happened at Selfridges on Oxford Street at 7.35pm yesterday, the Metropolitan Police said.
A clip shared on social media shows a man holding a knife as the group argue and shout in the shop.
Two of the men can be seen fighting, while another one repeatedly says: “No, no.”
The men then move to another side of the shop and then the footage stops.
Police launched an investigation into the incident and Selfridges said they are supporting officers with the probe.
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Met Police officers were called to the store in the evening and found a man with a stab injury to the leg.
He has been taken to hospital, but his condition is not believed to be serious, according to the Force.
The man who was stabbed was among the seven people arrested following the incident.
The Met Office said in a statement: “Police were called at approximately 19:35hrs on Saturday, 8 May to reports of a fight at a store in Oxford Street, W1.
“Officers attended the scene and found a male with a stab injury to the leg; he has been taken to hospital for treatment – his condition is not thought to be serious.
“He is one of seven people arrested as part of this investigation for offences including affray.
“Enquiries into the circumstances are ongoing.”
Selfridges told The Mirror: “We can confirm there was an incident in store on Saturday evening.
“The safety of our team members and customers is our utmost priority and we are doing all we can to support the police with their investigation.”