Machete-wielding Teenagers Attack A Boxer In Wild West Britain

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Terrifying footage captures the moment two teenagers armed with machetes attack a professional boxer at a takeaway store - with the victim bravely disarming one.
Petrified customers are seen escaping the scene after a pair of young men wielding two foot long weapons attack the fast-food worker behind the counter.
Zaheer Ahmed, 18, and Bradon Narine, then 19, pulled out the machete and rushed to the front counter to attack the man. 
Petrified customers can been seen escaping the scene after the pair of young men entered Pepe's Piri Piri takeaway in Derby on December 2, 2017 
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CCTV footage of the brazen attack captured Ahmed enter the store and attack the worker. 
The professional boxer wrestled Ahmed and secured one of the machetes from his attacker. 
Zaheer Ahmed, 18, (left)  and Bradon Narine, 20, (right) were identified on CCTV footage for a brazen attack on a fast-food worker
Both men were wielding a two foot long machete when they entered the store - Narine stood at the door while Ahmed attacked the worker 
But while Narine stands at the door, watching he intervenes with his weapon. 
The men the flee the scene after the victim takes himself to the Royal Derby Hospital where he suffered tendon damage from a slash wound and a fractured elbow.
Both attackers were recognised from the footage and arrested two weeks after the attack.  
The professional boxer wrestled Ahmed and secured one of the machetes from his attacker.

Narine intervened and attacked the worker 
The weapons were described by the judge 'the most fearsome knives I have ever seen'.
Judge Adrian Reynolds said: 'It was around 9pm. 'Women, children, http://wiki.unitiperblevio.it/Afghan_Police:_Roadside_Bombing_In_Helmand_Kills_Reporter anybody could have been around.
'And the two of you show absolutely no concern for that.' 
The attack happened at Pepe's Piri Piri takeaway in Derby on December 2 last year. 
Narine pleaded guilty to wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon but Ahmed claimed he was the victim of 'mistaken identity'. 
Ahmed was jailed for eight years and Narine will spend five years behind bars.   


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