Black Friday has reared its ugly head once again.
This day of unashamed materialism may have started in the US, but it has certainly gone global.
Baying mobs of shoppers are risking life and limb in the hunt for some major discounts.
Most of these price cuts can be easily found online, but there’s nothing like a bit of argy-bargy to get the blood pumping.
While shoppers in Britain were seen queuing politely for deals at Tesco, the same can’t be said for everywhere else.
Things got pretty chaotic in Sao Paulo, Brazil
They wanted one thing. Smart TVs of course
One man tried his best to conduct the madness
Over in the US, shoppers were a little more subdued at Walmart in Bentonville, Arkansas
Shoppers remind themselves of the sweet deals in Overland Park, Kansas
It was utter chaos in San Carlos, California
Now that’s more like it. Shoppers in Durban, South Africa, show how it’s done
The ‘mad dash’ for bargains in Johannesburg
That’s one mighty queue in Cape Town
However you spend today, be more like this man in Stockport. Calmness personified…