Two brothers who launched a “frightening account of bloody violence” have been jailed for more than 12 years.
Witnesses feared they were watching a ‘terrorist attack’ as Razwan and Naveed Hussain ran through a Tesco superstore with a machete - injuring one man outside, before chasing another.
The attack at the store in Eastville, Bristol, in August 2018, ended after they fled, fearing capture.
CCTV footage shows their victim, who they knew, running away from them into the shop.
The brothers follow moments later, with 34-year-old Razwan clutching a machete in his right hand.
Footage shows the victim being chased through the store, past stationary aisles, before the brothers eventually reach him.
Razwan then swings the machete, injuring his victim’s arm.
The victim flees to the checkouts where he manages to swing a trolley in front of his attackers, causing the brothers to leave - and sending shoppers scattering as they notice the bloody knife.
When police arrived moments later, they found the second victim in the shop’s foyer with more serious injuries to his arm.
The cause of the attack may never be known to investigators.
The court heard there was an initial scuffle in the store between Naveed Hussain and the victims, before he left the store, calling his brother, claiming he had been threatened by the two.
Razwan later arrived armed with the machete. The rampage began moments later.
Following the attack, the Hussain brothers disappeared. Naveed handed himself in a week after the attack, while Razwan was later found by officers later hiding in a relative’s home.
Razwan was jailed by Judge Lambert for 10 and a half years, while Naveed was jailed for two years.