Terrifying footage has been shared online showing the moment two blood-soaked men, armed with chainsaws, stormed a gathering on a beach in Canada.
The two men can be seen revving the engines of their chainsaws while screaming at a group of anti-maskers at Cherry Beach, Toronto.
In the clip, they can be heard yelling: “You’re f***ed.”
As they move towards the group, one of the men then shouts: “Who the f*** hit me?”
According to reports, they had been involved in a fight earlier that day ad had returned seeking revenge.
Prominent anti-mask advocate Chris Sky witnessed the frightening encounter.
He told Rebel News: “Those guys stumbled upon the beach after the party was over, after all the guests were gone, except for a few people who were cleaning up the beach.
“Music was still running, at a lower level… apparently they exchanged words with somebody and they left.
“The guy they exchanged words with also left the beach.”
Sky said the two men destroyed $4,000 (£2,313) worth of DJ equipment.
He said: “At that moment when he was there, he just hears chainsaws, turns and sees two guys coming out of the bushes and rush him and his DJ equipment.
“Like any sane person would do, he kept his distance between him and them and they literally went and cut all his equipment right in half.”
In a statement to CityNews, Toronto Police said: “It is alleged that two men involved in the original altercation suffered injuries.
“They then left and returned with weapons.”
It’s understood that the two men were arrested following the incident, but police say they will not be named in order to protect the investigation.
Toronto mayor John Tory admitted that there had been a huge number of parties on Cherry Beach during the pandemic, with conspiracy theorists protesting the government’s measures.
He said: “We will redouble our efforts to monitor those.
“We want to, on one hand, make sure that people are kept safe and that these kinds of scary incidents don’t happen but on the other hand, that people are allowed to live their lives and to enjoy themselves without an oppressive, enforcement presence.
“Clearly an incident like this would cause us to want to keep a careful eye on both these gatherings themselves because the gatherings, beyond certain numbers and at certain times, are regulated at this moment in time and also ones that scare or otherwise disturb people, we want to keep an eye on as well.”