TWO MEN STABBED IN GANG KNIFE FIGHT BLOODLUST
TWO young men were knived today during a street fight - and some emerged PROUD of their bloody injuries.
The fight came as murder cops quizzed a teen over the stabbing of 18-year-old Freddie Moody in south London and the family of murdered Ben Kinsella buried the 16-year-old.
After the clash - believed to be between two gangs - two males checked into Homerton hospital, in north east London, where they were treated for stab wounds.
One set of thugs returned to pick up a coat left at the scene in Homerton High Street seconds before cops arrived - in an apparent attempt to remove any identification.
One horrified onlooker - a florist close to the scene just outside the hospital - said: “I could see that everyone in the street had stopped. I went outside to look and I could see two groups having a go at each other at a bus stop.
“There was a bus there but it couldn’t move. A blue car was in front of it and a black car was on the other side. There were about four to six people fighting. They were all black.
“I was told one of them had been dragged out of the car - I think one group was trying to get away but by the time I saw it, it looked like all of them were fist fighting.
“Then I saw a guy getting into a car who had blood across his shoulders and chest. He looked jubilant even though he was injured. It was unbelievable, the injury didn’t seem to worry him at all.
“There was another guy with blood all over his head and all this time there were people on the other side of the road with children who were really frightened. SUN