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Bizarre moment feeble street scrap escalates as man hurls dead pigeon at rival

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A FEEBLE street scrap between two men on a night out takes a bizarre turn when one of them pelts the other – with a dead pigeon.

The scrap was filmed in Liverpool on Thursday and shows two men, who appear to have been drinking, squaring up to each other outside a McDonald’s.

A man who is wearing a jacket shouts “mon then” at another young man wearing a green T-Shirt and Adidas trousers.

The two of them dance around each other onlookers tell the man in the T-shirt to walk away.

The man in the T-Shirt, who has an Irish accent tells his rival “You’re a waste of my time” before pushing him and hitting him back.

The song ‘mambo no.5’ can be heard playing in the background as the two men have it out.

Eventually a mate of the man in the T-Shirt encourages him to walk away.

When he backs away from the fight and walks up the street he picks up a dead pigeon which is lying on the pavement.

As the lyrics “a little bit of Monica in my life…” can be heard playing he launches the dead pigeon at his attacker.

man throws dead pigeon in fight
The scrap was filmed in Liverpool on Thursday and shows two men, who appear to have been drinking, squaring up to each other outside a McDonald’s.

The bird just misses the other man’s head and lands on the ground behind him.

Doorman, Kwasie Mensah filmed the clip and posted it to Facebook writing: “Can’t believe he threw a dead pigeon.” and three laughing face emojis.

Matty Edgar responded online: “Poor pigeon done nothing ffs.”

James Ian wrote: “What a foolish little turd, seemed to give the big lad a good laugh though.”

Ben Crummy wrote: “Imagine getting a pigeon threw at ya half way through a scrap lad hahaha.”

Chris Hathaway wrote: “Using a pigeon as a weapon is a new one for me.”

dead pigeon used as weapon
Matty Edgar responded online: “Poor pigeon done nothing ffs.”

Others were amused by the soundtrack to the fight:

Sean James commented: “Mambo no.5 in the background.” and a laughing face emoji.

Nicky Eagle added: “Even my 16 month old son was laughing at this.”

Speaking today, Kwasie Mensah said: “I work as a doorman on a bar called the celtic corner, I see stuff like this all the time.

“The video comes across as quite funny, but it could of took a turn for the worse. luckily it never, if it did though we definitely would of stepped in.”

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