Mirror Online: Liverpool, UK, Friday, May 15, 2020 – Despite the Government saying it is not safe to be outside with people who do not live in your household, and to stay at least two metres away from everyone else, the youths were spotted meeting for a punch up.

The footage was filmed in Toxteth Cemetery in Liverpool on Wednesday afternoon, the Liverpool Echo reports.

It shows a group of around 20 youths standing close together, before a number of them are seen apparently fighting in the clip captured by a passersby.

Although the coronavirus lockdown was eased slightly this week allowing people to exercise as much as they want, meeting up in groups is not permitted.

An eyewitness said: “My housemate and I were taking a daily walk through the cemetery and upon entering we immediately saw a large group of youths very close together.

“None of them were socially distancing and they were fighting and coming into contact with each other a lot.

“Another group joined also, in total there were at least 20 if not more.”

Under the new guidance, issued on Sunday night by the Prime Minister, individuals are allowed to spend more time outdoors and sunbathe where they previously could not.

People are only permitted to meet one other person from a different household outdoors while social distancing at all times.

They are still not allowed to gather in a group of more than two people from outside of your own household.

The only scenarios where this permitted by law is for work, funerals, house moves, supporting the vulnerable and in emergencies.