Two mass brawls outside Eastgate

Echo: Two mass brawls outside Eastgate Two mass brawls outside Eastgate

TWO mass brawls erupted outside a packed Eastgate Centre in Basildon.

Police were twice called to the shopping mall after the fights broke out within about an hour of each other – one involving about 40 teenage girls and the other up to 16 young men.

Shoppers took to Facebook and Twitter last night to vent their disgust after videos of the first incident – between the girls – appeared online.

Police officers were first called to East Walk at about 3.15pm on Sunday following reports of a fight outside Primark which then later moved to Greggs, the bakers.

Two teenage girls were questioned, but no arrests were made.

Police were then called to Town Square at about 4.20pm following reports of another mass punch-up.

It is believed it broke out between Brooke House and the entrance to Primark.

Officers questioned three people about the incident. Again no arrests were made.

Commenting on the first incident, one witness said: “There was about 40 of them. No one would help, they were too scared to get involved. It was all out of control.

“One of the girls had both hands full of hair extensions.”

Another said: “They were proper chavs. Like top notch chavs.

They clearly have no respect for themselves or others.”

Videos of the incident were taken down on Monday morning.

The Echo contacted management at the Eastgate Centre, but they were unable to comment on the incident.

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10:20am Wed 1 Jan 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

how can 40 girls be fighting (on film too)...2 questioned and no one arrested...? whats the point of calling police.

and same with 16 young men.
how can 40 girls be fighting (on film too)...2 questioned and no one arrested...? whats the point of calling police. and same with 16 young men. DogsMessInLeigh

10:51am Wed 1 Jan 14

Yermotherwouldn'tlikeme says...

Oh Joy to all men, and Women, Happy New Year
Oh Joy to all men, and Women, Happy New Year Yermotherwouldn'tlikeme

11:08am Wed 1 Jan 14

Howard Cháse says...

Wot larks eh?
Wot larks eh? Howard Cháse

11:08am Wed 1 Jan 14

pembury53 says...

DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
how can 40 girls be fighting (on film too)...2 questioned and no one arrested...? whats the point of calling police.

and same with 16 young men.
but are you really that surprised ? the police can't be bothered because the CPS and courts are not interested.....
[quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: how can 40 girls be fighting (on film too)...2 questioned and no one arrested...? whats the point of calling police. and same with 16 young men.[/p][/quote]but are you really that surprised ? the police can't be bothered because the CPS and courts are not interested..... pembury53

11:11am Wed 1 Jan 14

iain beag says...

TOWIE
TOWIE iain beag

11:51am Wed 1 Jan 14

sunnydd says...

"The Echo contacted management at the Eastgate Centre, but they were unable to comment on the incident."

THE INCIDENT WAS OUTSIDE OF EASTGATE CENTRE, WHY WOULD THEY COMMENT.
DOH
"The Echo contacted management at the Eastgate Centre, but they were unable to comment on the incident." THE INCIDENT WAS OUTSIDE OF EASTGATE CENTRE, WHY WOULD THEY COMMENT. DOH sunnydd

6:34pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

"shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter.

I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities.

May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan?

I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting.
"shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter. I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities. May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan? I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting. Kim Gandy

6:43pm Wed 1 Jan 14

leedthered79 says...

I wanna see the video lol
I wanna see the video lol leedthered79

9:10pm Wed 1 Jan 14

beejiu says...

I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest.
I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest. beejiu

9:11pm Wed 1 Jan 14

beejiu says...

beejiu wrote:
I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest.
Just to make clear, this was a number of years ago and not related to the brawls in the article.
[quote][p][bold]beejiu[/bold] wrote: I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest.[/p][/quote]Just to make clear, this was a number of years ago and not related to the brawls in the article. beejiu

10:24pm Wed 1 Jan 14

woolstone says...

Send them all to boot camp.
Send them all to boot camp. woolstone

10:56pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Spyglass says...

"They were proper chavs. Like top notch chavs"
hahahahaha
Nuff said really
"They were proper chavs. Like top notch chavs" hahahahaha Nuff said really Spyglass

11:04pm Wed 1 Jan 14

leedthered79 says...

Where is the video link
Where is the video link leedthered79

10:58am Thu 2 Jan 14

maddriver says...

"The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter."

You, of course, save your idiocy and bigotry for your Echo comments.
"The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter." You, of course, save your idiocy and bigotry for your Echo comments. maddriver

12:03pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Stamper2 says...

I believe they were fighting over the underwear reductions in Primark.......
I believe they were fighting over the underwear reductions in Primark....... Stamper2

12:41pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Richy don't shine shoes no more says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
"shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter. I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities. May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan? I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting.
Full moon outside?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: "shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter. I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities. May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan? I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting.[/p][/quote]Full moon outside? Richy don't shine shoes no more

1:30pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Bernard Fatsack says...

Chavs- top notch chavs - both hands full of hair extensions !

Miaaaaoooowwww !

Must have been like a clash of the Umpa Lumpurs, a whirlwind of fake orange tan, fluttering enormous eyelashes and pink tracksuits !
Chavs- top notch chavs - both hands full of hair extensions ! Miaaaaoooowwww ! Must have been like a clash of the Umpa Lumpurs, a whirlwind of fake orange tan, fluttering enormous eyelashes and pink tracksuits ! Bernard Fatsack

1:32pm Thu 2 Jan 14

danger2013 says...

Im gutted I missed this fight sounds like a good one. I hope someone filmed it.
Im gutted I missed this fight sounds like a good one. I hope someone filmed it. danger2013

6:02pm Thu 2 Jan 14

God of Shoplifting says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
"shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter.

I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities.

May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan?

I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting.
You definetly need help.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: "shoppers took to farcebook and Tw@tter".... That's probably where it started. Most loonytune activity emanates from social networking these days. The very worst bigots, morons and nutjobs thrive on these websites. Thank God I have no input - or output for that matter. I'd say a year from now the only individuals left on both these entities will be those in sore need of having their heads plugged in to the National Grid - and a minority of souls who continue to cling to the lost hope that somehow, somebody will organise some decent policing for these barmpot infested entities. May I ask - how has anyone who works on the Echo, got time to be sitting looking at social networking sites. Funny that, as some of the most regularly appearing politicians in the Echo seem to frequent Tw@tter don't they Callaghan? I thought both these were meant to be serving the public, not trawling social media to see what crackpot ideas are fermenting.[/p][/quote]You definetly need help. God of Shoplifting

6:49pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

And to think, women used to worry about getting assaulted by some weirdo bloke on a dark night. Now we've got equality, look at the improvement........ I am frightened to go out during the day in case I step in their way! As for holding the door for a young lady........... Seems more like I'd be holding her coat!
And to think, women used to worry about getting assaulted by some weirdo bloke on a dark night. Now we've got equality, look at the improvement........ I am frightened to go out during the day in case I step in their way! As for holding the door for a young lady........... Seems more like I'd be holding her coat! Devils Advocate

11:23pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Seasider90 says...

Feral rats with no brains and intelligence and just about sums up Basildon chavs. Scum bags the lot of them. Still give it a couple of years and these chavs will be inside or dead from drugs.
Feral rats with no brains and intelligence and just about sums up Basildon chavs. Scum bags the lot of them. Still give it a couple of years and these chavs will be inside or dead from drugs. Seasider90

10:02am Fri 3 Jan 14

melissa89 says...

Kim Gandy, were you not in a council meeting saying that people should have respect for eachother and yet you still feel that you above everyone else and can post whatever you like?

You will probably find half of them ran off when they saw the police and should think there were a lot more fighters than officers.
Kim Gandy, were you not in a council meeting saying that people should have respect for eachother and yet you still feel that you above everyone else and can post whatever you like? You will probably find half of them ran off when they saw the police and should think there were a lot more fighters than officers. melissa89

1:50pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Seasider90 wrote:
Feral rats with no brains and intelligence and just about sums up Basildon chavs. Scum bags the lot of them. Still give it a couple of years and these chavs will be inside or dead from drugs.
Why Basildon Chavs? A Chav is a Chav no matter which area it hails from. Why not blame the folks in the big white house on the hill. They moved the workers out of London, installed them in a new town, then, when they were settled in, the mismanagement brigade took away the factories, threw them out of work and then set about removing all the social facilities the town had built-in over its short life. Now you start criticizing the folk who were used by the get rich quick merchants? Shame on you! Now "The management" are recreating the old favourite, at least three men for every job. Watch them really start to fight for every scrap of bread then!
As for Seasider wishing them dead, is this the colour of today's Englishman? I really look forward to the day that it reaches his toes. Just listen to the stuck pigs squeal then!
[quote][p][bold]Seasider90[/bold] wrote: Feral rats with no brains and intelligence and just about sums up Basildon chavs. Scum bags the lot of them. Still give it a couple of years and these chavs will be inside or dead from drugs.[/p][/quote]Why Basildon Chavs? A Chav is a Chav no matter which area it hails from. Why not blame the folks in the big white house on the hill. They moved the workers out of London, installed them in a new town, then, when they were settled in, the mismanagement brigade took away the factories, threw them out of work and then set about removing all the social facilities the town had built-in over its short life. Now you start criticizing the folk who were used by the get rich quick merchants? Shame on you! Now "The management" are recreating the old favourite, at least three men for every job. Watch them really start to fight for every scrap of bread then! As for Seasider wishing them dead, is this the colour of today's Englishman? I really look forward to the day that it reaches his toes. Just listen to the stuck pigs squeal then! Devils Advocate

2:23pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Stamper2 says...

I think everyone has to remember that the sales now go on all year long. There is just no need to get into punch-ups over 25% off at Next is there?
I think everyone has to remember that the sales now go on all year long. There is just no need to get into punch-ups over 25% off at Next is there? Stamper2

10:47pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Warriorisback says...

What a shame, It happens when we get influxes of so called chavs (different races) mixing with us. Everyone else wants to keep their own racial identity, but if we do, its racist. Watch this comment be voted down, and maybe a ban to prove my point.
What a shame, It happens when we get influxes of so called chavs (different races) mixing with us. Everyone else wants to keep their own racial identity, but if we do, its racist. Watch this comment be voted down, and maybe a ban to prove my point. Warriorisback

11:21pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Seasider90 says...

Devils advocate - they are Basildon chavs because they are from Basildon. All whats with all the socialist bleating eh? People were poor throughout this century - they didn't go out and smash each other up. There weren't girl gangs. Old people could walk the streets and many people had respect and they were poor you idiot. Not the chav poor "I ain't got no fags or money for booze" poor people were poor. So stick your socialist BS and sympathy and excuses and let people take responsibility for their own lives, their own actions and their own futures. You and people like making left wing "lets all blame the bosses and the government blah blah blah" is the reason this country is in such a mess.
Devils advocate - they are Basildon chavs because they are from Basildon. All whats with all the socialist bleating eh? People were poor throughout this century - they didn't go out and smash each other up. There weren't girl gangs. Old people could walk the streets and many people had respect and they were poor you idiot. Not the chav poor "I ain't got no fags or money for booze" poor people were poor. So stick your socialist BS and sympathy and excuses and let people take responsibility for their own lives, their own actions and their own futures. You and people like making left wing "lets all blame the bosses and the government blah blah blah" is the reason this country is in such a mess. Seasider90

1:10am Sat 4 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Seasider90 wrote:
Devils advocate - they are Basildon chavs because they are from Basildon. All whats with all the socialist bleating eh? People were poor throughout this century - they didn't go out and smash each other up. There weren't girl gangs. Old people could walk the streets and many people had respect and they were poor you idiot. Not the chav poor "I ain't got no fags or money for booze" poor people were poor. So stick your socialist BS and sympathy and excuses and let people take responsibility for their own lives, their own actions and their own futures. You and people like making left wing "lets all blame the bosses and the government blah blah blah" is the reason this country is in such a mess.
What? you actually believe your own hype? The reason this country is in such a mess? There are a band of people in this country now better off than they have ever been. As for the socialist bit, there are close to 700 people in our House of Commons. One half is , according to your side's blurb, in the pocket of the Trades Unions - yet, not one item that the Thatcher government created for the purpose of destroying those unions was changed by the party who "had the unions as their paymasters." At the time of the last Government there were a lot of right-wing people who now claim to know what was leading to the destruction of our financial position. So, what was the point of that opposition? Why didn't they oppose? Now they are in power and suddenly know how to run the country! But, getting back to the point., I lived in the days when we were poor and I remember a lot more about hard up times than you give me credit for. But, "Basildon" is not the home of all that is bad with today's society. Every week in the "Echo" there are stories from all along the Essex riverside towns of bad behaviour, including a lot worse than the gang of schoolgirls looking for a wind-up As for "The bosses" Don't just make accusations of "Socialism" and then "Let's all blame the Government blah blah blah" So you remember the days of hard times, but not the days of mass casual work when there were not enough jobs and to many people, and the people who waited outside the dock gates hoping to get a days work? Do you remember when old age pensions were introduce to give the retiring workers a good standard of living? How much it was and how many people were expected to live long enough to receive it? That is not socialist propaganda. I have the history of way over two hundred years of non democracy by your party. Please don't twist facts and throw them at me. You are a right-wing wind up/ hate merchant judging by your retorts here, but I won't call you" idiot" because that is the so stereo typical of you and yours. And you believe it is "The Chavs" that cause trouble? Look at your "Reasoned argument" here. Learn a little about true democracy before you commence your trolling, you might find a little more about yourself and your people!
[quote][p][bold]Seasider90[/bold] wrote: Devils advocate - they are Basildon chavs because they are from Basildon. All whats with all the socialist bleating eh? People were poor throughout this century - they didn't go out and smash each other up. There weren't girl gangs. Old people could walk the streets and many people had respect and they were poor you idiot. Not the chav poor "I ain't got no fags or money for booze" poor people were poor. So stick your socialist BS and sympathy and excuses and let people take responsibility for their own lives, their own actions and their own futures. You and people like making left wing "lets all blame the bosses and the government blah blah blah" is the reason this country is in such a mess.[/p][/quote]What? you actually believe your own hype? The reason this country is in such a mess? There are a band of people in this country now better off than they have ever been. As for the socialist bit, there are close to 700 people in our House of Commons. One half is , according to your side's blurb, in the pocket of the Trades Unions - yet, not one item that the Thatcher government created for the purpose of destroying those unions was changed by the party who "had the unions as their paymasters." At the time of the last Government there were a lot of right-wing people who now claim to know what was leading to the destruction of our financial position. So, what was the point of that opposition? Why didn't they oppose? Now they are in power and suddenly know how to run the country! But, getting back to the point., I lived in the days when we were poor and I remember a lot more about hard up times than you give me credit for. But, "Basildon" is not the home of all that is bad with today's society. Every week in the "Echo" there are stories from all along the Essex riverside towns of bad behaviour, including a lot worse than the gang of schoolgirls looking for a wind-up As for "The bosses" Don't just make accusations of "Socialism" and then "Let's all blame the Government blah blah blah" So you remember the days of hard times, but not the days of mass casual work when there were not enough jobs and to many people, and the people who waited outside the dock gates hoping to get a days work? Do you remember when old age pensions were introduce to give the retiring workers a good standard of living? How much it was and how many people were expected to live long enough to receive it? That is not socialist propaganda. I have the history of way over two hundred years of non democracy by your party. Please don't twist facts and throw them at me. You are a right-wing wind up/ hate merchant judging by your retorts here, but I won't call you" idiot" because that is the so stereo typical of you and yours. And you believe it is "The Chavs" that cause trouble? Look at your "Reasoned argument" here. Learn a little about true democracy before you commence your trolling, you might find a little more about yourself and your people! Devils Advocate

6:36pm Sat 4 Jan 14

Broadwaywatch says...

I hope this is not a preview of what might be seen outside the Grand in Leigh in a years time.
I hope this is not a preview of what might be seen outside the Grand in Leigh in a years time. Broadwaywatch

12:43am Sun 5 Jan 14

Pitsea Paul says...

This is what happens when you destroy opportunities for the young. Outsource all manufacturing and service sector jobs overseas to make a nice profit for the already wealthy few and leave a wasteland of bored youth who can only get work at pound land on a pittance. The baby boomers have a lot to answer for selling the next gen down the river and then labeling them lazy when they can't find work, even on poverty wages.
This is what happens when you destroy opportunities for the young. Outsource all manufacturing and service sector jobs overseas to make a nice profit for the already wealthy few and leave a wasteland of bored youth who can only get work at pound land on a pittance. The baby boomers have a lot to answer for selling the next gen down the river and then labeling them lazy when they can't find work, even on poverty wages. Pitsea Paul

12:52pm Sun 5 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Pitsea Paul wrote:
This is what happens when you destroy opportunities for the young. Outsource all manufacturing and service sector jobs overseas to make a nice profit for the already wealthy few and leave a wasteland of bored youth who can only get work at pound land on a pittance. The baby boomers have a lot to answer for selling the next gen down the river and then labeling them lazy when they can't find work, even on poverty wages.
Whilst I totally agree with your sentiment, I do not think this is the fault of my "Baby Boomer" generation.
I have been reading novels by an American Author who seems, to me, to have placed his finger on the correct place to feel the pulse.
He says: The man with the power to shut down a mill, or evict a tenant and his family, lived in a white house on the hill. But the enemy was the foreign man who came ragged and hungry into the poor Englishman's domain and asked for part of what the Englishman was told was his by birth.
"When people talk about class war, they're dead wrong. The war was never between the classes. It is between the have-nots and the have-nots. The people in the house on the hill watched from afar when they watched it at all. (Modified to remove potential racism from the original.)
.The only thing Cameron was nearly right about was that we, the poor, are all in this together. We should stop fighting among ourselves and return to fighting for ourselves. The only way forward is to use the ballot box with a vengeance, and vote for the people who believe we should all work, and work for a fair day's wage!
[quote][p][bold]Pitsea Paul[/bold] wrote: This is what happens when you destroy opportunities for the young. Outsource all manufacturing and service sector jobs overseas to make a nice profit for the already wealthy few and leave a wasteland of bored youth who can only get work at pound land on a pittance. The baby boomers have a lot to answer for selling the next gen down the river and then labeling them lazy when they can't find work, even on poverty wages.[/p][/quote]Whilst I totally agree with your sentiment, I do not think this is the fault of my "Baby Boomer" generation. I have been reading novels by an American Author who seems, to me, to have placed his finger on the correct place to feel the pulse. He says: The man with the power to shut down a mill, or evict a tenant and his family, lived in a white house on the hill. But the enemy was the foreign man who came ragged and hungry into the poor Englishman's domain and asked for part of what the Englishman was told was his by birth. "When people talk about class war, they're dead wrong. The war was never between the classes. It is between the have-nots and the have-nots. The people in the house on the hill watched from afar when they watched it at all. (Modified to remove potential racism from the original.) .The only thing Cameron was nearly right about was that we, the poor, are all in this together. We should stop fighting among ourselves and return to fighting for ourselves. The only way forward is to use the ballot box with a vengeance, and vote for the people who believe we should all work, and work for a fair day's wage! Devils Advocate

8:46am Mon 13 Jan 14

ThurrockResident says...

Stamper2 wrote:
I believe they were fighting over the underwear reductions in Primark.......
I think you could be correct. Underwear down in Primark.
[quote][p][bold]Stamper2[/bold] wrote: I believe they were fighting over the underwear reductions in Primark.......[/p][/quote]I think you could be correct. Underwear down in Primark. ThurrockResident

8:47am Mon 13 Jan 14

ThurrockResident says...

beejiu wrote:
I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest.
The response times are improving then!
[quote][p][bold]beejiu[/bold] wrote: I was near Basildon town centre when I saw a group of about 20 people holding metal bars and swords and fighting each other. I called the police. 1 hour 10 minutes later, they arrived to make an arrest.[/p][/quote]The response times are improving then! ThurrockResident

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