This is the shocking footage that shows a brutal illegal boxing match filmed by prisoners on their mobile phones inside a bathroom at a British jail.
The two lags don’t hold back as they battle it out in the ‘contest’ filmed at HMP Hewell in the Midlands.
The shameful video shows one inmate grab another in a choke-hold, punch him in the back of the neck and then violently kick him in the face.
Nobody jumps in to try and stop them – in fact the audience seems more interested in filming it on their illegally smuggled in mobile phones.
The Birmingham Mail reports that the fight – which appears to be organised – was shot in a bathroom at the jail which is located near the village of Tardebigge in Worcestershire.
The film shows several other convicts standing by watching the brawl – some of whom are also shooting footage on their phones.
The two men begin by throwing punches and then wrestle each other into a shower stall – where one shirtless inmate gets the other in a headlock.
At least two other men can be seen brazenly filming the incident on mobile phones- despite them being banned inside the Redditch jail.
The footage in understood to have been filmed at Hewell earlier this month.
One of the men is heard to say, “Start again, that’s not even fair man”, after the inmate is held in a headlock for at least a minute.
He is then released by the other prisoner, before again being violently punch and kicked into a corner.
The rest of the footage – which the Mirror has edited – then shows the man in the white vest getting a brutal beating, ending up with his face covered in blood.
The emergence of the film comes on the back of the publication a string of illegal recordings shot inside prisons – including a Christmas rap video at HMP Hewell.
Recently the Birmingham Mail revealed footage from HMP Featherstone in Staffordshire of a ‘fight club’-style brawl.
The footage shows a crowd of around 20 convicts baying for blood as the fighters trade blows, shouting “finish him” while the beaten man lies helpless on the ground.
The Birmingham Mail also reports another video shot inside a jail using mobile phones – banned in British prisons – showed Birmingham DJ Malachi “Madman” Halstead in the shameless singalong, who was jailed in March 2015 for a sickening attack on his then girlfriend.
Other illegal footage also emerged following the huge riots at Winson Green prison in December – which saw prisoners steal keys, steal riot gear and gain control of a wing for several hours.
Prisoners posted footage of a fire in the jail, which showed smoke billowing from the prison yard.
The Ministry of Justice, which runs HMP Hewell, said it was unable to confirm whether the footage was shot at the prison, but were working to verify the claims.