Police horses used in West Ham chaos
Police used a horse charge to break up crowds outside West Ham United's Boleyn Ground on Tuesday night.
Thousands of people had taken to the streets ahead of the club's final game at the stadium,
The coach carrying the opposition team, Manchester United, was caught in the throng and pelted with objects.
Four police officers were hurt, and West Ham have said any fans found responsible will face life-time bans.
Video courtesy of @LondonLMKs.
11 May 2016
- From the section UK