Shoppers hurt in sales stampede

A woman has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm after a stampede at a shopping centre over discount TVs. The frenzy was sparked by 'Black Friday' - a US tradition of big sales the day after Thanksgiving.

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Shopper restrained after 'Black Friday' row

A man is restrained by security guards after a row in an Asda store. Credit: SWNS

Security guards were forced to restrain a shopper after a row broke out at an Asda store in Bristol today during the 'Black Friday' rush to buy cut-price goods.

The man was tackled by security guards after attempting to buy two 60-inch televisions.

Black Friday - traditionally a US event - sparked a frenzy of purchases in some stores in the UK as shoppers rushed to snap up cheap deals.

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