Last week in Portsmouth, U.K., Chris Hill did exactly what millions of other Brits do on an average Friday night: he dropped by the pub for a little bit, then decided to wash down the evening’s pints with a quick bite from the local kebab shop. Hill lucked out, though, because for the price of his meal he was treated to dinner and a show:
The excitement began when an unidentified gentleman began verbally abusing a worker, who responded by chucking a pair of tongs at him. Four men then rushed out from behind the counter, armed with nothing but their fists and a broken Styrofoam container, hungry for vengeance. As for Chris Hill, all he was hungry for was kebab.
“I thought about moving at one point but I was enjoying my kebab and chips,” he told MailOnline. But move he didn’t. Hill just kept on eating his food, listening to Capital Radio (self-proclaimed “the U.K.’s No. 1 Hit Music Station”) on his headphones, and enjoying the fight from his ringside seat.