A man has been arrested after a fight at a bus stop in Norwich.  

Police were called to Red Lion Street at 5.00pm on Thursday following reports of two men fighting. 

An eyewitness said he saw a man “acting incredibly disorderly” at the bus stop and getting in the faces of a lot of people. 

Norwich Evening News: The man was taken to Wymondham Police Station The man was taken to Wymondham Police Station (Image: Supplied)

"A boy attempted to apprehend him by holding his wrists and forcing him back on the seat,” he said. 

"When the man fought back, the boy threw him and he easily fell to the ground outside of Barclays. 

"A brave man in a plaid shirt then held him down and he was hit in the face by the man who kicked up a fuss.” 

When the witness tried to get on the next bus it was unable to pull away due to the “man banging on the doors and asking to be put on”. 

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"Others nearby told the bus driver to drive on and not allow the man to enter the bus,” he added. 

“When we attempted to pull out, the man ran in front and was nearly run over.” 

A man in his 30s was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly and was taken to Wymondham Police Station for questioning. 

He was later given a conditional caution and released from custody.