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An angry crowd has been thrown out of Wycombe Leisure Centre as results for the first unitary elections continue to come in.

The BFP's Local Democracy Reporter Rory Butler is at the count and videoed the events as they unfolded.

He tweeted: "Mob ejected from Wycombe Leisure Centre just now. Election count disrupted.

"Large group of men tried to break into hall. Security blocked doors.

"Talk of a “posse”. Anger, fear, confusion. More to follow."

In the video, a group of men can be seen angrily arguing before they walk out of the leisure centre.

Our reporter also spoke to someone at the scene and said at least 20 men in cars tried to "storm" the Wycombe elections, with a spokesman saying the behaviour was "completely unacceptable".

Buckinghamshire Council said in a statement: "There was an incident at the Wycombe Leisure Centre count earlier.

"Police were called and things are under control. The count continues for the remaining wards and parishes."

Thames Valley Police has been contacted for more details.