Shocking moment security guard SLAPS woman to the ground after she lashes out in front of crowds at Wireless Festival
THIS is the surprising moment a security guard SLAPS a woman to the ground at Wireless Festival.
Footage reveals a festival-goer dressed in a pink prime lashing out at the employee – earlier than she finally ends up unresponsive on the flooring.
It’s thought the struggle broke out at the London pageant in Crystal Palace Park on Saturday afternoon.
The line-up featured performances from the likes of Skepta, Future, Giggs, Megan The Stallion and Meek Mill, whereas Drake made a shock look on Friday.
But revellers bought an sudden present when security guards engaged with two feisty revellers.
In the clip, shared hundreds of instances on Twitter, two males in high-vis jackets appear to have been attacked by a woman and a person.
The man was seen wrestling on the ground with one of the guards whereas the woman lashed out at the second.
The woman tried to kick the man away from the particular person pinned to the ground – however took a tumble and ended up becoming a member of him.
Meanwhile extra individuals joined the struggle from the crowd – with one trying to kick one of the guards.
Then, when the woman is again on her ft she seems to be slapped by one of the guards and is seen flying to the ground.
She remained unresponsive on the grass for the relaxation of the video.
It comes after a rapper was compelled to cancel his set after being arrested forward of the efficiency.
Boogie With Da Hoodie, actual identify Julius Dubose, was due to carry out at the pageant on Saturday afternoon.
The American rapper has now apologised to his followers, explaining the incident on his social media.
Organisers of the pageant additionally reportedly posted a message saying that he wouldn’t be showing and that they have been hoping to reschedule.
It learn: “There has been an incident involving A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. He is safe and we are working to change his set to sometime tomorrow.”
Writing on-line the rapper, 25, stated: “Smh sorry to everybody who got here out to see me at Wireless.
“London police locked me up before I went on stage for something I was accused of 2 years ago.
“I’m OK and I’ll try my best to make it up to you guys.”
The Sun has contacted Met Police and Wireless Festival for remark.