THIS was the shocking moment a drinker floored a younger man and stamped on his head shouting "I'll f***ing kill you."
The man was knocked unconscious after the attacker appeared to call his victim "foreign".
Police are appealing for witnesses after footage emerged online of the man mercilessly punching and kicking his younger victim.
It is unknown why the brawl started – but it's understood the assault was a racially motivated attack.
At the start of the clip, a pub-goer can be heard telling the young man just before the attack erupts: “You’re talking like that as a foreign… I can’t have it”
'I'LL F***ING KILL YOU'
The attack took place just after 5.57pm on June 10 at The Three Kings Pub in Haddenham, Ely in Cambridgeshire.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary were called to the pub that night after a man was believed to have been injured. No arrests have yet been made but police are appealing for witnesses.
The footage – which is filmed by a bystander – begins by showing the older man’s clenched fist as he squares up to his younger victim before punching him in the head – sending him flying across the pub.
The elderly man walks over to his dazed victim and starts aggressively kicking him and repeatedly pummelling him in the head.
The assailant’s pint smashes all over the floor as he beats up the young man.
Fellow drinkers try to pull the assailant away but the old man continues hurling violent blows at the young man.
The furious senior citizen then leaves the pub yelling: "What do you f***ing expect for a f***ing bare knuckle."
In the last remaining moments of the video, pub-goers scramble to help the injured man.
One can be heard commenting on the victim’s bad state saying “He’s f****d” as the video cuts to an end.
It is unknown who filmed the video but the footage is being circulated online.
The Three Kings Pub have refused to comment on the incident despite numerous requests.
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A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Constabulary said:“We were called at 5.57pm on 10 June by the East of England Ambulance Service to reports of violence at The Three Kings pub on Station Road, Haddenham in which a man was thought to have been injured.
"We are investigating an offence of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm (GBH).
"No arrests have yet been made but an investigation has been launched."
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