WATCH: Bouncer Knocks Two Dudes Out Like Dominos With Single Shots in Club Brawl

A bouncer in Nottingham has been filmed punching two people to the ground in Nottingham this week, with one of the men ending up on the ground three times from the strikes he received.

The nightclub bouncer was seen knocking the two people out as a brawl unfolded outside Nottingham’s Ink nightclub on Thursday night.

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The video shows one man being knocked down straight into the bumper of a car in the street while people scream and hoot at the commotion. The bouncer is seen grappling with the man before punching him cleanly on the jaw, sending him clattering to the ground. When the man gets up and begins to return to the fray he receives another punch, sending him back to the ground once more.

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Another man is then sent tumbling right on top of the first partier who was hit. The first partier gets up one more time before being felled by the bouncer, who has now sent him to the ground three times. The video ends with the man lying injured in the street, while an onlooker yells “Someone call 999.”

Bystanders rushed to help the injured man, but no news of his condition has surfaced at this stage. He certainly copped some heavy blows throughout the video though, and mixing those strikes with alcohol or drugs can certainly be a deadly combination.

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A statement from Nottinghamshire Police said:

“Nottinghamshire Police has been made aware of a video circulating online of an incident that is reported to have taken place in the Queen Street area of Nottingham city centre, either on the evening of Thursday 4 January or the early hours of Friday 5 January 2018.

“At present, no report has been made to officers in respect of an incident of this nature at that location at the date and time currently being reported by some media outlets.

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“While the force is conducting its own enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident, officers are encouraging anyone directly involved or who may have witnessed the incident to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 with any information.”

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