Amazon worker in brawl with wheelchair-bound building manager in Notting Hill in 'row over parcels'

The fight took place at a residential building in Notting Hill ( )
The fight took place at a residential building in Notting Hill ( )

An Amazon worker fought with a wheelchair-bound building manager in Notting Hill in an alleged row over where to put parcels.

CCTV footage showed the manager tumbling from his wheelchair in the tussle between the pair in the lobby of a block of flats.

The row was sparked by claims by the building manager Ramin Razzaghi that the delivery man was leaving deliveries in the wrong place, according to Mail Online.

The manager is seen confronting the delivery man at the residential flat complex in Notting Hill on 15 February.The Amazon worker is filmed walking into the building with his deliveries before the manager, who is in a wheelchair due to a workplace injury, buzzes him in through the next set of doors.

Footage then shows the delivery man unloading boxes at the reception desk, which appears to rile the manager.

He tries to grab the Amazon worker's bag but the delivery man snatches it back and makes to leave.

However, he is then followed by the manager who tries to grab him by the shirt and stop him in his tracks.

The Amazon worker appears to swing a punch and tries to pull him out of the wheelchair.

The manager then gets up from the wheelchair and throws a punch himself before he crumples onto the floor.

The Amazon worker then tries to exit the building, the footage obtained by Mail Online shows.

But the manager, who is still on the ground, grabs him by the legs and the delivery driver falls and they lay entwined on the ground.

A second man then arrives at the scene and tries to pull the manager off the Amazon worker. He then appears to punch the manager in the head, followed by a flurry of blows.

The Amazon worker then goes back into the block to pick up parcels he has dropped during the brawl.

Mr Razzaghi told MailOnline: “I have been left emotionally, physically and mentally drained. I have injured my ribs and my jaw. I just ask myself "Why?".

He added:  “The Amazon worker is a reoccurring deliveryman that comes very often. The problem with him is that he always leaves the parcels wherever he wants - on the floor or by the door.

“The man nicely agreed to this, and I then let him in the two front doors of building. Suddenly as you can see on the CCTV, he left the parcels in the lobby and threw them onto the desk. I then tried to stopped the postman by grabbing his bag and I told him "give me your bag now" so I can put the parcels back'.

“Next thing, he threw the bag into my face and walked out swearing. He was super arrogant and had a bad mouth on him.

“He then tried to get me off him but I told him "You know what I will hold you here and call the police".

“As soon as I said that, he became aggressive. The only thing I could do is hold onto his legs to stop him from leaving.

“The conversation dragged outside, and I was still holding onto his legs. Someone came up behind me and tried pulling me off. I thought he just wanted to separate me from the Amazon worker but as soon as I let go, this man started beating me up on the floor. I do not know this person.”

An Amazon spokesperson said: “We’re taking this matter very seriously and we’re investigating with our delivery service provider.”

Scotland Yard said: "Police continue to investigate the circumstances of an assault in Notting Hill Gate, W11.

"The incident happened at around 1.50pm on Thursday, 15 February when an altercation occurred between two men, one of whom was in a wheelchair.

"A 35-year-old man intervened and assaulted the man in the wheelchair. The second man left the scene and enquiries are ongoing to locate him.

"London Ambulance Service attended; the man who was assaulted was not seriously injured. The 35-year-old man was arrested and subsequently charged with ABH.”