POLICE have said investigations are ongoing after a large disturbance arose from a pro-Palestine protest outside a Bradford takeaway.

Officers attended Salah's - which is located next to Downham Street on Leeds Road - after receiving reports of people being assaulted and a window being damaged just after 7pm on Friday.

Four men - aged 30, 34, 46 and 50 - were arrested on suspicion of offences including criminal damage, assault, affray and possession of an offensive weapon.

Footage on social media appears to show staff at the takeaway embroiled in tense scenes with protesters.

This morning, a West Yorkshire Police spokesperson told the Telegraph & Argus: "All people arrested have been bailed pending further enquiries.

"Enquiries remain ongoing by Bradford CID."

Following the incident, Labour Councillor Hassan Khan, who represents Bowling and Barkerend on Bradford Council, voiced concerns and called for calm.

He said: "Leeds Road is the corridor of the city centre and it is a road to be proud of with all the businesses doing well.

"People from out of the city visit those and the restaurants on the road. 

"This will give a negative impression to people who don't live in the city.

"My message to the community is feel free to protest peacefully but do not damage any business or somebody's property."