Meanwhile, an events firm which offers people the chance to experience what it's like to take part in a riot has been accused of encouraging street violence.
People can also take on the role of police officers, in full body armour. One MP has described it as "completely wrong" and "unacceptable", especially in light of last year's disorder in Birmingham. Lee Comley reports.
Peter Luff MP has called the riot experience days that are available in Worcester, unacceptable.
He has called for it to be banned.
A company that offers experience days for parties and corporate entertainment has been accused of encouraging anarchy on Britain's streets.
The riot experience day is offered in an industrial park in Droitwich, Worcestershire.
Participants can dress as either rioters or the police and are armed with body armour, batons and riot shields to engage in a staged riot.
Experts also show them how to throw petrol bombs and missiles.
Wish.co.uk who offer the day on their website, say the experience is so popular, it's fully booked every weekend for the next four months.
Peter Luff MP has written to the Chief Constable of West Mercia Police to voice his concerns and urge that it is banned.
The Conservative MP for Mid Worcestershire, Peter Luff, has announced he will stand down after the next election.
The MP said the role had been "an immense privilege" and thanked "the people of Worcestershire" for electing him at five successive general elections.