The unnamed bouncer for the Soloman Cutler pub rained down punches on his cowering victim on Saturday evening at around 7.45pm.
The attack outside the Wetherspoon pub in Broad Street Birmingham only ends when another man restrains him.
The man who filmed the incident said: ‘We came out the restaurant to see a bouncer punching the homeless man until he was on the floor.
‘The bouncer then continued punching and kicking him until another bouncer came over and managed to get him off the man.
‘The bouncer then walked back to the door of the Wetherspoons pub where he was working. After this we waited with the man while he called the police. He had clear injuries.’
A spokesman for Wetherspoons confirmed a doorman from the Soloman Cutler pub had since been ‘removed from his duties’.
Spokesman Eddie Gershon said: ‘We can confirm that the person involved was a member of the door staff at The Soloman Cutler, a Wetherspoon pub in Birmingham.
‘He has since been removed from his duties at the pub and other Wetherspoon outlets. It appears that he took his door badge off prior to the incident.
‘The behaviour of the member of door staff is completely unacceptable and we condemn it. Neither the manager or other members of staff were told of the incident by the door staff.