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A brutal street fight reportedly involving British tourists broke out on a busy red-light district street in Thailand - just 24 hours after an Australian tourist was beaten to death at a nearby bar.
Video shows a group of at least eight men fighting on the notorious Walking Street - known for its 'go go bars' - in Pattaya, Thailand, on Saturday night.
Fight - Tourists - Shorts - Flip-flops - Footage
The fight allegedly involve British tourists, seen in shorts and flip-flops in the footage, and a group of Middle Eastern holidaymakers.
The group fought in the streets for several minutes before several women, reportedly working as prostitutes in a nearby bar, stepped in to break up the brawl.
Onlooker - John - Paget - 'Men - Age
Onlooker John Paget, 30, said: 'Men this age should know better, but the heat, beer and testosterone are heady mix and seem to make people behave in ways they wouldn't do at home.
'Luckily nobody was injured and it dispersed without consequence.'
Place - Hours - Benjamin - Robb - Street
The punch-up took place some 24 hours after Australian Benjamin Robb, 42, was killed on a neighbouring street.
Mr Robb died after allegedly being punched, thrown across the room and having his head stamped on 'ten to 15 times' by Jose Manuel Polanco Jr, 43, from New York, U.S.
Polanco - Jr - Manslaughter - Self-defence - Scuffle
Polanco Jr - previously jailed in 1993 for manslaughter - turned himself in to police claiming self-defence after allegedly trying to break up a scuffle between Robb and a bar maid.
The street brawl on Saturday night was followed by another incident involving a British citizen.
Man - Fight - Landlord
An unnamed British man ended up in a fight with his landlord outside...
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