This is the shocking moment a defenceless man was kicked in the head when he was pinned down during a street brawl on a night out.
The clip shows a thug brutally volleying the victim’s head as he tussles with another man in North John Street, Liverpool, at the weekend.
The video captures a group of around 12 men attempting to punch each other, with two fighting on the wet floor.
The attacker, in black shirt and blue jeans, then wanders over and punts the defenceless victim in the head.
A loud thud could be heard, with one person who appears to be filming the incident saying: ‘Nah, **** that.’
The victim then lies passed out on the ground, before he is helped to his feet.
As the pair walk away from the incident sirens can be heard in the background with witnesses beginning to shout: ‘Police are here. Scatter.’
The horrific attack angered social media users who have branded the attack ‘disgusting and cowardly, with some calling for a long prison sentence.
Twitter user @LesleyField5, who seemingly recorded the footage, shared the clip to social media on Monday, writing: ‘That’s how easy it is to kill someone.
A man in a black shirt and blue jeans, pictured above, kicked his defenceless victim who had been pinned to the ground following a brawl in Liverpool
A loud thud and screams of shock could be heard as the sickening blow landed, just after a group of around 12 men fought in North John Street
‘It’s a scary world out there for kids growing up wanting to go out for a night in town.’
The post has now collected over 5,000 likes with more than 1,000 retweets and 300 comments from users who were horrified by the video.
A spokeswoman for Merseyside Police revealed today (Thursday) they are not investigating the brutal incident after failing to receive a report of it.
They added: ‘It was not reported to us but we would always ask if anyone had any information about the incident or wished to come forward to make a complaint they can do so via @MerPolCC, calling 101 or contacting @CrimestoppersUK on 0800 555 111.’
Merseyside Police have said they are not investigating the incident which was caught on camera as nobody has come forward to report what happened