Published: 14:25, 18 September 2020
| Updated: 14:40, 18 September 2020
Five police cars were called to a high street after staff from a nearby chip shop had to break up a fight.
Police were called to the scene in St Margaret's Street, Canterbury, at 11.50am after receiving reports of the altercation.
Eyewitnesses say tensions flared between three men outside a branch of HMV, before punches were thrown.
Tony Wade, manager of A Simmonds Jewellers, said: "There was a bit of a punch-up - I was walking past when it all happened.
"They were having a bit of a row, and then some punches were thrown and another guy used a scooter to hit one of them with.
"I've never seen anything like this happen along here before."
Several police cars and a van were seen parked at the junction between St Margaret's Street and High Street following the incident.
A spokesman for the force says officers' inquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances.
"The boys from City Fish Bar went out to stop it all and split them all up," Mr Wade added.
"It lasted about a couple of minutes."