Shocking moment man attacks bailiffs on doorstep from Can’t Pay? We’ll Take it Away! goes viral | The Sun

THE shocking moment a man attacked a bailiff on his doorstep has gone viral.

The moment occurred during an episode of Channel 5 series Can't Pay? We'll Take it Away! and saw bailiffs Kevin and Del visit a man called Carmelo.

In the video that was shared on TikTok, Carmelo was seen telling the bailiffs: "Yeah but you lot are bullies right, get outside the house and I'll talk to you outside."

He clearly took issue with Kevin though and asked three times: "Do you think you're big?".

He then got his phone out and said he was making a call to "get some people round here" and took a picture of Kevin's face.

He said menacingly: "I'm going to find who you are and I'm going to find where you live, trust me."

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He then started to come outside but suddenly headed back into the porch and grabbed Kevin, with his bodycam showing Carmelo's face twisted in rage as he launched himself at him.

The camera crew then captured Kevin pinned against the wall before Carmelo grabbed him by the neck.

As Del dragged him off, he got up in Kevin's face and said as he glared at him: "I'll find where you live".

Can't Pay? We'll Take it Away originally aired on Channel 5 from 2014 to 2018.

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Kevin decided to remove himself from the property and called the police for assistance after the assault.

As Kevin spoke with the camera, Carmelo calmed down and showed Del the blinds he claimed were faulty and that he refused to pay for.

After the police arrived, Carmelo changed tact and asked to speak to Kevin and make amends.

The pair shook hands but it didn't solve the issue of the debt, so he finally agreed to let them in and have a look round to see if there was anything of monetary value they could take.

But when they saw that the house was pretty much empty, they had to come up with another payment agreement between Carmelo and the company.

Kevin then decided not to press charges for the assault and the interaction ended relatively peacefully.

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