Police are still investigating a bust up on the Broads where a pair of foul-mouthed fishermen were filmed in a heated row with a boater. 

The incident at Irstead Staithe was filmed by another boater and appeared to show the anglers, who were fishing from the bank of the River Ant, try to stop a man from landing by kicking away his cruiser. 

The row took place on March 5 and was reported to the police the following day after a video of the incident was uploaded to YouTube. 

Police have confirmed enquiries are ongoing after receiving reports of threatening behaviour, with the two men making threats towards the boater using aggressive language.

In the video, which has now been viewed more than 22,000 times on YouTube, the fishermen are seen kicking the boat away from the bank as it approached - telling the man onboard to "f**k off".

One of the men is heard saying: "This is not Broads Authority you t*t - you can f**k off."

He continues: "This is parish, not Broads Authority," pointing to moorings further along the staithe. 

Later, he says: "I'll put you in the f*****g water if you come any closer".

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North Norfolk News: The fishermen are seen kicking the cruiser away from the bankThe fishermen are seen kicking the cruiser away from the bank (Image: Norfolk Broads Forum YouTube)

Ownership of the land at Irstead Staithe is split in half - with one side being owned by the Broads Authority and the other by the Irstead Poor's Allotment charity, but maintained by Barton Turf and Irstead Parish Council.

There are four moorings along the 40m staithe and the rules are the same all the way along, with anglers having to give way to boaters seeking to moor. 

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The Broads Authority's guidance for angling from its 24-hour moorings states: "At moorings, anglers must always give way to boats wishing to moor."

Enquiries are ongoing.