SHOPPERS were seen battling for a television in one Bradford store as Black Friday fever hit the district.

Eager shoppers were queuing outside Asda Living and Currys in the Forster Square Retail Park before the doors opened at 8am. Asda had a team of security guards on the doors and was letting people in just ten at a time.

Electrical goods seemed to be topping most shoppers' wishlists - especially huge flatscreens.

And a video of battling shoppers in a Bradford Tesco store was posted on Facebook by one shopper caught in the rush. 

While there were plenty of satisfied smiles among shoppers, there was also much muttering in the aisles about missed deals.

Among them was a family-of-four from Woodside who had headed down early to Forster Square Retail Park with dreams of a big telly for the children's room, only to go home empty-handed.

Meanwhile, Sharon Brockhill, 52, from Lower Grange, had left home at 6.30am still wearing her leopard-print onesie in search of a 40-ins tv for £139 - but another shopper snapped it up first.

"I was literally one inch away from it - unbelievable, I was so close." she said - undeterred she said she was planning to have another go today.