Witnesses treat bleeding victim after man and woman stabbed outside London bakery while police break up illegal raves


A man and woman were stabbed in front of a London bakery last night as horrified witnesses rushed in to treat the bleeding victims on the ground.

Cops rushed to arrest a man at Clapton Common in Hackney after the horror knives were unveiled just before midnight – the same night, the cops were forced to break up illegal raves in the capital.


Victim was treated by horrified witnesses last nightCredit: Shomrim
Police rushed to arrest man in Clapton overnight after being stabbedCredit: @ 999 London
A police officer guards the scene where two people were stabbed overnight in East London


Police officer guards scene of two people stabbed overnight in East LondonCredits: UKNIP

Witnesses today revealed how the man staggered inside a Jewish bakery after he was stabbed three times.

A shocking photograph shows how the residents desperately tried to contain the blood.

A woman was also found injured at the scene. and was taken to the hospital.

Armed police rushed to the scene with a clip of the scene showing a man handcuffed to the ground.

Hackney police have confirmed that they were called to reports of a stabbing in east London around 11:20 p.m.

They said, “Police went to the scene and found two people with injuries. They were taken to the hospital.

“A man was arrested at the scene and taken to the nearby police station.

“A cord remains in place. ”

It was a busy Saturday night for the police after the cops were forced to disperse hundreds of people gathered in two of London’s parks.

On the fourth night of illegal raves in the capital, police ended two major “unlicensed musical events” that caused “major disruption” after hundreds of people crowded onto Clapham Common and Tooting Bec Common.


About 1,000 cops were on standby Saturday ready to deal with any problems after three nights of unrest at street parties in the capital.

This happened 24 hours after illegal street parties broke out in Kensal Green, Newham and Maida Vale yesterday, with seven people arrested after police were bombed with objects.

Officers also broke another rave in Tottenham, north of London.

Dispersion orders – giving the police the power to move people – have been issued in Hackney, Upminster, Lewisham, Kingston, Notting Hill and Paddington.

Police commander Bas Javid said the officers “did a very good job in some difficult circumstances”.

And he warned: “If these situations fall into chaos and violence and disorder, which is totally unacceptable, we will take a much deeper and firmer position. “

Earlier this week, police were forced to withdraw as chaotic riot scenes unfolded in Brixton with 22 officers injured.

Objects were also thrown at cops in Notting Hill while the illegal rave was broken.

The riot scenes took place as temperatures rose in the 1930s across the UK this week, with the hottest day of the month recorded twice.

Police opened investigation after stabbing


Police opened investigation after stabbingCredits: UKNIP
Large numbers of police have been called in to disperse a crowd gathering at Tooting Bec Common


Large numbers of police have been called in to disperse a crowd gathering at Tooting Bec CommonCredits: UKNIP
Unauthorized music events have been closed in the capital


Unauthorized music events have been closed in the capitalCredits: UKNIP

Hundreds of revelers gather at Clapham Common and Tooting Bec Common during the coronavirus pandemic


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