A man has been stabbed and seven arrested after a mass knife brawl inside the Oxford Street Selfridges store yesterday.
Videos of the scene show a group fighting within the store while a man is seen holding a knife, wielding the blade by his side.
One man was taken to hospital and treated for stab injuries to his leg after the incident, which occurred around 7.35pm on Saturday evening.
The injuries are not considered life threatening.
The victim of the stabbing has also been arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into the brawl.
The Selfridges store is located on 400 Oxford Street and is a Grade II listed building. It is the flagship store of the company and an iconic shopping and tourist destination in London.
Selfridges employees can be seen in the video of the brawl, trying to flank the group out of the store as mannequins are thrown and people can be heard shouting “no, no!” in the background.
The store was closed off for a period of time and further footage shows an ambulance and multiple police cars surrounding the back entrance of the store.
The Metropolitan Police has said an investigation into what happened is ongoing.
In a statement, a spokesperson said: “Police were called at approximately 7.35pm on Saturday, 8 May to reports of a fight at a store in Oxford Street,
“Officers attended the scene and found a male with a stab injury to the leg.
“He has been taken to hospital for treatment – his condition is not thought to be serious.