UK Boxing Day sale madness

Last updated 13:53 27/12/2012

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Bargain hunters may have caused carpark chaos in New Zealand as they flocked to the annual Boxing Day sales but spare a thought for some of England's hardy shoppers.

Thousands hit the streets and queued for hours, all for a chance to snap up a post-Christmas bargain at some of the UK's best known shops.

Spare a thought, too, for the hard-working retail staff, many of whom were mobbed as soon as they brought new stock out to the hungry pack.

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