A BRAWL broke out in a luxury hotel at a New Year's Eve party with at least one reveller being taken to hospital.
The fight, caught on video, erupted on the 16th floor of the four-star Park Regis hotel in Birmingham at 2am on New Year's Day.
One woman is heard screaming as two men throw a a flurry of punches at anotherman who is trying to escape the carnage.
Cops and paramedics were called to the scene as the scrap spilled onto the streets of Birmingham, MailOnline reports.
A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called by police at 2:11am on New Year’s Day to an incident at a property on Broad Street, Birmingham.
"We sent an ambulance and two paramedic officers to the scene. We treated a man for injuries not believed to be serious and he was conveyed to hospital for further treatment."
The video shows suited and booted men swinging, stamping and running at each other.
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As the fight continues, raging men in ripped shirts are being held back by other party-goers.
Hotel bosses said the "scuffle" was among guests of a private New Year's Eve event and that no other hotel guests were injured.
A spokesperson for the Park Regis said: "Ticket led events only take place during the Festive Season at Park Regis and this was the only event to have an issue.
"The incident was unfortunate, rare, and was dealt with efficiently by our teams.
"The hotel and security team dealt with the issue well, isolating it to a Lift Lobby and no guests or employees were injured.
"The other guests in the hotel were unaware of the incident and it was over swiftly. We are unaware of any guest being taken to hospital."
It is not clear why the fight started but it allegedly involved members of a private party from a local company.
West Midlands Police are investigating the incident.
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