A huge fight involving dozens of 'teens' broke out in front of a cathedral in France last week, according to reports.
The disturbing incident unfolded at around 7:30 p.m. on Saturday evening in Perpignan, a city in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales.
Groups of 'young people' reportedly became aggressive while returning by bus from the nearby seaside resort of Canet-en-Roussillon.
Tensions exploded when they reached the city and an ensuing brawl involving around 40 youths near Cathedral Saint-Jean was captured on camera by a witness.
"Here is the famous 'feeling of insecurity' which plagues Perpignan. This evening, major fight with cries of 'Allah Akbar.' Forty teenagers," wrote a user who shared the video on Twitter.
"These young people, most of whom are 15 to 16 years old, exchange blows on Place Gambetta," L'Indépendant reports.
"A video, filmed by a local resident, shows the violence of some of the blows. Some teenagers end up on the ground. Others had their clothes torn off. Fortunately, there were no injured victims."
Police arrived on the scene and quickly dispersed the crowd.
No arrests were made, according to reports.
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