Glasgow shop workers hit a panic button after brawling youths terrified them during a bonfire night rammy.

Shocking CCTV footage shows the teens hitting and throwing items such as fireworks at each other outside Girish's Premier in Barmulloch on Sunday night.

Owner Girish Jeeva exclusively told of the horror scenes that emerged and prompted his staff to call 999.

The 29-year-old said: "Around 8.30pm, you could feel the tension between everyone outside our store.

"Fireworks were thrown into large crowds and slowly towards the shop, making the staff inside fearful and nervous. There were at least 50 youngsters out there.

"Groups began to form across the road and within 30 minutes, the street descended into madness.

"Large groups were fighting, bottles were thrown and we heard weapons being used.

"No one was hurt inside the store, however, someone outside the shop was stabbed and a few injured."

It's understood that the crowd has attended a bonfire at nearby Quarrywood Park.

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Fearing for their safety, shop assistants closed the store immediately.

When 999 crews arrived soon after to clean up the area, Mr Jeeva was not satisfied with the response.

He said: "Our staff were on edge all night, constantly in fear.

"We are disgusted that this happened."

The businessman said this violence is a reoccurring issue in the area, including the unofficial bonfire, which is a "chaos that happens every year".

He said police need to do more to discourage this behaviour.

In a Facebook post, the shop owner said: "I would like to kindly ask the parents of these kids, you really need to tell your kids to stay away from this mess and putting themself in danger and other innocent people as well.

"Nobody deserves to be hurt in such a way."

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Earlier, the Glasgow Times reported that four people, including a cop, were hospitalised after this incident.

Reports also suggest that a person was "slashed" and officers remain on the scene.

A Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP) was also set up, allowing members of the public to send information directly to the police.

Elsewhere in the city, 999 crews were called to several incidents, including Crookston Road, near Rosshall Park, where it is understood that youths had been fighting. Police established no criminality.

On Leven Street, in Pollokshields, officers attended several reports of fireworks being thrown.