Rival gangs with metal bars fight outside Love Island winner Kem Cetinay’s new restaurant in terrifying video
Gangs of thugs with metal bars gathered outside Love Island star Kem Cetinay’s new restaurant in Romford before getting into a massive brawl.
The two groups were seen in dramatic footage Saturday night as they rushed toward each other with guns.
It was so disturbing that the police were called, but the troop managed to escape before they arrived.
Restaurant Array is owned by Kem, 26, who recently appeared on Celebrity Masterchef.
The violent scenes exploded on Saturday night in what appeared to be an organized meeting to fight.
Diners could be seen through their cars watching in horror as the brawl started.
Violence exploded outside Love Island winner Kem Cetinay’s new restaurant this weekend
The Romford eatery, called Array, is owned by the reality star, 26, who won in 2017
Police went to the scene to investigate the fight, but the perpetrators had already fled by then
It is not clear what prompted the incident or whether the location was significant.
The restaurant is owned by Kem who won Love Island in 2017 with ex-girlfriend Amber Davies.
He was one of the breakout stars of the series and has maintained his fame since its airing.
This year’s winners Liam Reardon, 22, and Millie Court, 24, even visited the restaurant on a date.
A Met Police spokesman said: ‘Police were called at approximately 12:45 am on Sunday 29 August to reports of a disturbance involving a large group of people in Shepherds Hill, Romford.
“A witness reported that one of those involved was in possession of a metal bar.
“Agents were there, but those involved had left.
This year’s winners Liam Reardon, 22, and Millie Court, 24, visited the restaurant on a date
The restaurant is owned by Kem who won Love Island in 2017 with ex-girlfriend Amber Davies
‘No reports of injuries; no arrests.’
Kem and Amber recently did a new six-part series on mental health on ITV2.
The network teamed up with charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) to spark the conversation about wellness on the show called The Full Treatment.
The series was part of ITV’s drive to tackle mental health in the wake of three suicides related to its flagship show Love Island.
Sophie Gradon, 32, and Mike Thalassitis, 26, both committed suicide after appearing on the reality dating show, while presenter Caroline Flack, 40, died by suicide in February last year – the day after learning she would being prosecuted for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton, 27.