THIS is the shocking moment a teenage girl is knocked out as wedding guests brawl in the street.
The 17-year-old is kicked and stamped on as horrifying footage captured a mass fight at the Southampton party.
One clip appears to show her being attacked by several men as she lies helpless.
As the thugs move away, a couple of bystanders are seen trying to lift the unresponsive victim before someone is heard saying: “She’s gone. She’s out. They hit her in the head.”
The daytime brawl resulted in the youngster being rush to hospital after she was knocked unconscious in a shop doorway.
Witnesses said the fight spilled onto St Mary Street from a nearby wedding – but it wasn’t known what started the scrap.
Cops raced to the residential street and arrested three men – aged 22, 26, and 55 – on suspicion of public order offences.
The 17-year-old girl was taken to Southampton General Hospital and has since been discharged.
Footage of the fight was shared on social media this week and has been viewed more than 10,000 times.
It shows two groups of men throwing punches at each other in the middle of the road as several screaming women try in vain to separate them.
A man wearing a grey suit punches the rear window of a car and the driver starts blasting the horn, as the violence intensifies.
A man in a light-blue suit is knocked down and kicked on the ground twice by a thug in a tracksuit, who then stumbles backwards and falls on the concrete.
He jumps up and floors another man, before repeatedly hitting the man in the grey suit as he attempts to intervene.
The tracksuit-wearing man bundles him to the pavement and kicks him while he is down, shouting: “What? What?”
Witness Mikkel Dyrup told the Daily Echo: “I watched it from my window. I have so many videos from my window that I’m not surprised anymore, but it is scary.”
A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said: “Officers will be in the area today continuing with their enquiries. If you have any concerns, please don’t hesitate to speak to our officers.
“Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information should call us on 101, quoting 44200247049.
“Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”