Screaming men with ‘machetes’ chase youths down in front of shocked residents

This is the terrifying moment men wielded "machetes" while chasing a group of youths down a street.

The incident took place at the residential area of Cherrywood road in Bordesley Green, Birmingham, today.

Video taken by nearby neighbours shows at least three men brandishing a long blade-like object as they run on the street to chase two young men.

The group can be heard shouting swear words as they run past.

According to Birmingham Live, a local who witnessed the chase said: "So many of our youth are seriously messed up."

Another called it "pathetic and shameful" that it happened in the neighbourhood.

"These bunch of youths should be all locked up," said a third. "They have no shame no respect at all."

A spokesperson for West Midlands Police told Daily Star: "We were called to reports of a disorder involving about seven young men in Cherrywood Road, Birmingham at about 3pm yesterday (Saturday).

"Officers attended but the men had left and no weapons were found or injuries reported to us. CCTV footage is being reviewed as our enquiries continue.

"Anyone with information can contact us via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk, quoting investigation number 20/1827576/21, or call 101."

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It came after a family feud saw brothers stab sibling through car window and leave him to die.

David and Samuel Rogers have been jailed for a combined total of 27 years for knifing their youngest brother, Thomas, in a revenge attack in Birmingham on August 22 last year.

A recent poll of 2,000 adults, across 15 major UK cities, rated the safest places to live with Cardiff lowest in the list, followed by London and Birmingham.

A staggering 38 percent of adults living in Cardiff don’t feel safe at all on the streets at night, while another 31 percent worry even about their safety during the daytime.

Nearly four in ten (38 percent) living in Birmingham have installed CCTV and alarms at home to curb their fears about safety.

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