BREAKING: ‘Machete Attack’ outside Justin Bieber concert in Cardiff

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Reports are coming in that there has been a ‘Machete Attack’ in Cardiff outside a Justin Bieber concert

George Betrov, a 23-year-old food delivery worker who lives and works in Cardiff witnessed the alleged attack attempt.

George Betrov spoke to UniLad saying:

“I was walking and I saw a security guy pull the person from the car. He was holding a machete inside the car. The security guys saw him and stopped him. They pulled him out of the car and started hitting him.

George also claims he saw the man painting the faces of young crowds who had gathered in the Welsh capital to see Justin Bieber’s Purpose tour.”

The reported attack happened near the Principality Stadium and Cardiff Central train station.

Police arrived at the scene within seconds.

Justin Bieber is set to play in the Welsh capital at the Principality Stadium this evening.

There is heightened security at all major public venues ever since the barbaric Manchester terror attack.

We’ll update you as more news comes in.

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