Sixty men in 9/11 city centre street brawls.

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MASS brawls broke out between Muslim and white groups on the streets of Swansea on the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Around 60 people were understood to have been involved in the two connected incidents outside Swansea City Mosque on St Helen's Road and Sin City nightclub on Friday night.

Police, who arrested two men, said they did not believe it was a racially-orientated crime.

But call centre worker Mohammed Alam, aged 23, told the Post he witnessed fist fighting and chairs taken from the nightclub being thrown across the street in the clash.

"I was in a cafe on St Helen's Road when a group of three or four white males walked past shouting racist comments relating to 9/11," he said.

"A white male entered the premises and a fist fight broke out. It happened during late night prayers at the mosque so everyone came out to help the youths."

Riot police were called to the incident, and two men were arrested, and later released without charge.

But more arrests are expected to be made following the examination of CCTV footage.

South Wales Police duty inspector Gareth Hawkins said confirmed two separate "factions" involved. continues here

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