Teenagers scrapped in the high street as the rest of Evesham watched the Queen's funeral.

West Mercia Police officers were called to the town at around 4pm on Monday following reports of a "dispute" between two teenage boys which left one with a bruised face.

At this same time, many residents were at home, or at the Regal Cinema or pubs, watching the funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

A West Mercia spokesperson said: "Officers were called at around 4pm yesterday (Monday 19 September) following reports of dispute between two teenage boys on High Street, Evesham.

"One of the boys came forward with minor bruising to his cheek."

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The spokesperson added that officers have spoken to both of the boys and their families and have decided that no further action will be taken.