A Wild West-style mass brawl erupted between passengers at London Luton Airport as video emerged of the group throwing suitcases and ins at each other.

At least three people were taken to hospital with serious injuries and 17 people were arrested, police confirmed the incident which took place at around 8am on Friday, May 14.

Viral video taken by fellow passenger at the departure lounge shows a group of men chasing another group with their hand-held luggages.

Some people can be heard screaming "stop" when the group started punching and kicking each other on the benches in the waiting area.

At least two men are knocked unconscious after being thrown to the floor.

A woman working at a nearby duty-shop is forced to close the shop before the group causes damage to the goods inside.

Terrified bystanders are seen calling for help and move away from the fight before airport security arrives.

They run after the men and manage to capture them near the escalators at the centre of the lounge

Pictures shared online show blood splattered across the floor in front of duty-free shops.

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Bedfordshire Police said 17 people were arrested and it was investigating the "violent disorder", adding: "Police were made aware of a violent disorder at London Luton Airport.

"Four people were injured, and three were taken to hospital with serious injuries.

"Subsequently, 17 people were arrested and remain in police custody for questioning."

A spokesperson for London Luton Airport told Daily Star: "We are shocked and saddened by this isolated incident.

"We take a zero tolerance approach to violence and continue to assist the police with their enquiries.

"We would like to apologise to any passengers affected."

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