Shocking New Year's Eve brawl erupts after bouncer SHOVES a reveller out of his way and lunges at a man who points …
- A brawl erupted outside Chalmers nightclub around 2am on New Year's Day
- Footage shows bouncer shoving a reveller in Alloa, Clackmannanshire
- After shoving him he appears to fight with several men before heading inside
- Police Scotland said there is no ongoing investigation into the incident
A brawl erupted outside a club during New Year's Eve celebrations when a bouncer appeared to shove a man out of his way before launching himself into a crowd of people.
The footage, from outside the Chalmers nightclub in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, shows the bouncer with his arms raised in the air as if to goad onlookers into a fight.
From the social media clip he then seems to grab one man who points and swears at him and begins hitting him before several other men attempt to stop his attack.
The bouncer raises his arms in the clip outside Chalmers night club in Alloa, Clackmannanshire
After goading onlookers to attack he appears to shove one man out of the way and grabs another before hitting him
After being posted on Twitter in the early hours of January 1 the video has racked up nearly 14,000 views.
The original poster, Gary Sinclair, joked and said the bouncer was trying to knock people back into 2017 during the fight at around 2.30am.
After appearing to be attacked by the other men the original security guard heads back inside and the camera pans to show another bouncer pinning a man to the ground.
Several other men then join in to try and stop him from hitting the man
The brawl lasts under a minute and after the fighting has stopped all the bouncers head back inside.
'No further comment can be made at this time until investigations are complete.'
Police Scotland confirmed that there is no ongoing investigation into the matter, but urged anyone wishing to report an assault to contact police immediately.
After the original bouncer heads inside the camera pans and shows another security guard pinning a man to the ground
Police Scotland confirmed that there is no ongoing investigation into the matter, but urged anyone wishing to report an assault to contact police immediately