A group of women have been filmed having a brawl in the middle of a busy Glasgow street as their children scream in the background.
Two women, who appear to be Eastern European and believed to be of Romanian, are filmed beating a third woman to the ground as a bag of messages lay scattered across the ground.
The fight took place on Allison Street in Govanhill.
Four children, also believed to be Romanian, stand screaming in the background with one young boy even aiming a kick at the woman on the ground.
A group of women then appear from across the road in a bid to split the fight up, but as the Romanian women are leaving the woman who was on the ground tries to take a boot at one of the Romanian before attempting to rip her skirt off and throwing a shoe in her direction.
Govanhill has a larger immigrant community than anywhere else in the country and has always been a multi cultural community.
But sadly with the grinding poverty and years of neglect in the area it has become known as Glasgow's biggest ghetto.
It has become a place known as a wasteland of poor immigrants and natives with drink and drug problems.
And the Roma community are the current bogey man in the area and are the victim of daily abuse and discrimination.
Before them it was the Poles, for years before them it was the Asians and Muslims and going away back to 50s and 60s it was the Irish community that was the main target for abuse and blame for the locals troubles.
Govanhill has been blighted by crimes and deterioration for years and have recently had cases of grooming gangs and child prostitution in the area.
It also has a higher average than Glasgow for sexual assaults, rapes, prostitution and robberies.