Terrifying moment mob of 20 Brits hurl tables and chairs as mass brawl erupts outside Portuguese bar | The Sun

THIS is the terrifying moment a mob of Brits hurled tables and chairs as a mass brawl erupted outside a bar in Portugal.

The group of 20 men were seen chucking furniture at the Aloha bar in the tourist hotspot of Portimao, Algarve as terrified staff tried to shield themselves from the carnage.

It's understood no one was seriously injured in the brawl on June 20.

Out of the 20 thugs, seven British youngsters were identified by the cops.

In the video, a desperate member of staff can be seen using a table to shield himself from the flying chairs coming at him.

Cries of "what the f***?" and "oh my God" and "stop!" can be heard.

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The fight broke out after an altercation between two groups, according to local reports.

The Aloha bar manager and the body guard tried to step in and stop the men from fighting – but instead the Brits reportedly turned against them and started throwing chairs at the staff.

The outburst of violence lasted about a minute before the lads ran off down the street.

Bar manager Ricardo Teixeria said: "At around 1am two groups clashed.

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"According to the authorities some of foreign nationality, namely Irish and English, were involved.

"You can just see for yourself what happened in the footage.

"All our employees and security are well and there was no damage to the establishment.

"It is unusual to have this kind of problem.

"Portimao is a calm city and we don't normally have these issues with foreigners or locals."

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