Black Friday will be upon us once more come 27 November.
It's rapidly becoming the biggest online shopping day of the year for many countries [last year in the UK consumers parted with a whopping £810m - far exceeding the predicted spend of £363m] but it's not all flat screen TVs and cut-price blenders.
For a decidedly darker side to the yearly event is rapidly emerging, clouding the celebration of consumerism with shamefully graceless behaviour, assault and even death.
The darker side of Black Friday...
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