A man armed with two knives sent the buyers of the Woolworths supermarket to flee

A man who wielded a knife sent shoppers to flee for safety when he charged into a Darwin supermarket.

The terrified shoppers flee to save their lives when a man armed with a knife in each hand enters a Woolworths supermarket.

  • Buyers had to flee when a man armed with two knives entered a shopping center
  • Loaded in a supermarket after a confrontation between the man and the staff of the mall
  • The shopping center was evacuated as a precaution while the police caught the 38-year-old man
  • He was arrested by the police and taken to the hospital for evaluation

Kelsey Wilkie for Daily Mail Australia

A man who wielded a knife sent shoppers to flee for safety when he charged into a Darwin supermarket.

A man who wielded a knife sent shoppers to flee for safety when he charged into a Darwin supermarket.

A man with knives sent shoppers to flee for safety when he entered a Darwin supermarket.

A 38-year-old man armed with two knives entered the Woolworths store shortly before 7 p.m. of Monday.

The videos captured by the buyers show a confrontation between the man and the staff moments before he meets the supermarket.

"If he stabbed someone, that's bullshit," she heard a woman say.

Customers were seen running away from the supermarket as more security personnel appeared.

Bishnu Chapagain was in the supermarket watching the terrifying moment unfold, and described it as an "unpleasant event".

The shopping center had to be evacuated as a precaution.

The man was stopped by the police. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance and the police for evaluation.

Charges are expected in the coming days, police said in a statement.

The videos captured by the buyers show a confrontation between the man and the staff moments before he comes across the Woolworths supermarket.

The videos captured by the buyers show a confrontation between the man and the staff moments before he comes across the Woolworths supermarket.

The police would want any person threatened by the man or who felt threatened to contact them to provide them with information that will help them in their investigations.

The police would want any person threatened by the man or who felt threatened to contact them to provide them with information that will help them in their investigations.

The videos captured by the buyers show a confrontation between the man and the staff moments before he comes across the Woolworths supermarket.

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