This is the terrifying moment six men wielding machetes and knives stormed into a London chicken shop to launch a savage attack on a young man.
CCTV cameras inside the restaurant in Haringey, in the north of the capital, captured the brutal attack by the balaclava-clad gang at around 9.15pm on May 14.
The Metropolitan Police said it made one arrest of a 17-year-old male following the incident on West Green Road and is appealing for more witnesses.
Video footage of the attack shows a 20-year-old man wearing a black face covering exiting the restaurant with his food.
But as he approaches the door, the gang of masked man, wearing all black and with their hoods up, barges in with machetes and knives raised in the air.
They begin swinging their bladed weapons at the victim as he falls to the floor, where they begin to kick and stamp on him.
The target crawls underneath the counter in a desperate bid to get away from his attackers as the other customers and employees flee for their lives.
A camera which covers the till and kitchen side of the eatery shows the victim curled on the floor as one attacker uses a small knife to try and stab him more than a dozen times.
Meanwhile, others lean over the counter and attempt to land a hit with their machetes, while one thug continues to kick him.