As cops question woman, 30, about the store attack, a shocking fight breaks out after a ‘female shopper assaults Asda worker.’


A shocking fight breaks out after a ‘female shopper assaults an Asda employee,’ as cops question the woman, 30, about the store attack.

This is the heartbreaking moment an Asda employee and a customer get into a fist fight.

After a female employee was allegedly assaulted by an enraged customer, a chaotic brawl erupted at an East London store yesterday.

Last night, just before 9 p.m., a fight broke out at the Asda in Beckton, Newham, London.

A swarm of workers in green and black uniforms, as well as a few other customers, try to separate the two women in shocking footage.

“Where is the f***ing police?” yells the customer, who is dressed in a grey jacket.

In the background, a baby can be heard wailing as a man desperately tries to calm the situation.

As the two women are separated and visibly distressed, he says, “Stop, stop.”

Police were called to the scene, according to the Sun, and a 30-year-old woman will be questioned about the incident.

The altercation allegedly erupted after the worker picked up the customer’s daughter, who was sitting on a self-checkout machine.

The Met Police, on the other hand, denied this.

The supermarket in Beckton was called just before 9 p.m. on Friday, according to police.

“Officers attended and conducted inquiries, including viewing CCTV footage of the incident,” they said.

“It was found that the employee acted in self-defense after being assaulted by a customer.”

“A 30-year-old woman has been identified and will be interviewed in the near future in connection with a common assault allegation.

“We’re aware of a video that’s been shared on social media that depicts a version of events that differs from what happened on the scene.”

“We have been made aware of an incident that occurred at the Beckton store yesterday evening,” an Asda spokesperson said.

“We do not tolerate any form of violence or abuse directed at coworkers or customers, and we are cooperating fully with the police as their investigations continue.”

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