All in the Family, Swedish Style

Lund is a city in southern Sweden not far from Malmö. The following article describes a little family squabble between two groups of culture-enrichers in Lund.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for translating this article from Samhällsnytt (click through to the original article to see the videos):

Video: See clan fight in Lund

September 6, 2021

On Monday morning several fights broke out between two immigrant families in central Lund. According to witness reports, there were reportedly approximately 60 people beaten, including with weapons at the train station and hospital. Samnytt can show two video clips from the fights.

It was 10:12am when police received the first report of fights in the city. When police arrived at the scene, the gangs had left, but an injured person was found.

At 10:52, police were alerted to another fight in a restaurant located at the train station. According to witness reports from the scene, four or five cars reportedly stopped suddenly outside the restaurant. Then a large number of men rushed into the restaurant and began to fight.

The witness told Kvällsposten that the men were “extremely excited and terribly aggressive.” They reportedly also threw outdoor restaurant furniture and a street sign at the restaurant.

Police confirm clan fight

Later, a fight between 50-60 people broke out outside the hospital in Lund. A total of four people were taken to the hospital with injuries. Because of the fight outside the hospital, ambulances were diverted from Lund to Malmö.

According to police, it was a fight between “two groups”. But authorities don’t want to say which groups were involved or the cause of the conflict. Later on Monday, police confirmed that it was a conflict between two families. One of the families is found in the police’s clan report.

See video below.

3 thoughts on “All in the Family, Swedish Style

  1. For a Czech like me, this sounds like classic gipsy fight, including the slow, invisible movement of the fight from the street and pub all the way to the hospital 🙂

    Every Czech is taught from early childhood a couple of rules of the gipsy fighting, it is sarcastically called “Gipsy Fair Play”

    “How old are you?”


    “Ok, there is 14 of us too, so let’s fight”

  2. Give them automatic weapons; after several of these clan fights there will not be enough clansmen left to fight.

  3. I do enjoy watching the so called civilized folk when the orcs play, the look of shock and horror on their faces really is priceless, for they really cannot believe in today’s day and age that uncivilized people really do exist and everybody is not like them. Or as I can the new civilized, the sheep for the slaughter or the boxcar people.

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