The Independent Police Complaints Commission has started an investigation after no-one died during a mass brawl in Coventry city centre.
Up to 300 people were involved in a series of running street battles, after a comedy night at a local nightclub.
But what's sparked the major IPCC probe, is how West Midlands Police managed not to kill or maim anyone, or how those involved in the fighting failed to stab one another to death.
"Quite frankly, we're confused." Andrew Gibbs, the Deputy IPCC commissioner for the Midlands told reporters. "There at least 50 officers policing the fight, including Dog Units and the West Midlands Police helicopter and somehow, the officers were restrained enough not to have pushed anyone over, leading to their death."
The investigation comes after the IPCC confirmed it will look into claims that Warwickshire Police failed to close the Shipston Wool Fayre on Bank Holiday Monday, despite several complaints that is was 'shit-dull'.