WATCH: WWE style conflict ends with chairs and bottles thrown at the beach

A recent video that has surfaced showcases a scene reminiscent of a WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match as chaos unfolds on Southend Beach in England.

The footage captures a large group of people engaged in a brawl, throwing chairs and bottles at each other, creating a chaos of epic proportions.

In what initially appeared to be a casual gathering, tensions escalated rapidly, resulting in a clash that spiraled out of control. The video depicts two groups on opposite sides, engaging in a heated confrontation. Amid the chaos, objects like chairs and bottles transformed into impromptu weapons, hurtling through the air as projectiles.

Amidst the chaos, a distressing moment emerges when an individual is shown bleeding from the back of the neck. The injuries are presumed to be caused by the items being used as weapons during the brawl. The sharp edges of broken bottles and wooden chair pieces likely contributed to the injuries sustained.

While the video portrays a chaotic and concerning scene, it raises awareness about the dangers of such  altercations. The incident serves as a reminder that large-scale conflicts can have serious consequences and pose risks to the safety and well-being of those involved.

Social media reactions to the video vary, with some users drawing humorous comparisons to organized events and historical references.

“It’s the annual deck chair throwing contest, who won”

“No football tournament this summer so getting the practice in.”

“Things thrownDeck chairs – 23
Food items – 31
Punches – 0”
“What’s the English obsession with throwing summer outdoor furniture?”

“Old school deckchair throwing not like this new generation plastic chair throwing sweeping through Europe”

Others express concern about the escalating violence and highlight the potential harm that can result from such situations.

The incident also prompts discussions about the reasons behind such clashes and the need for conflict resolution measures to prevent similar occurrences in the future.