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More details have emerged after two men were stabbed in a fight involving approximately 20 men in London's West End last night.
Police and London Ambulance Service crews found the two stab victims in Regent Street at 3.20am today after the brawl in nearby Kingly Street.
The men, aged 27 and 31, were taken to hospital for non life-threatening injuries. Forensics officers today scoured the scene in one of the capital's busiest shopping districts for clues.
Scotland Yard said officers were keeping an open mind about the motive and were studying CCTV.
A 27-year-old man has been arrested and is being questioned by officers.
The injuries sustained by two men after being stabbed in the West End are not thought to be life threatening. They were stabbed at around 3:30 Saturday morning and found near a McDonald's restaurant in Regent Street.
Two men are being treated in hospital after being found with stab wounds outside a McDonalds restaurant in Regent Street. It happened just before 3:30 Saturday morning.
The men's injuries are not thought to be life threatening and no arrests have been made.