This story is slightly different, however. Innocent drinkers and their families were attacked by up to 60 Asian men who stormed into a crowded pub as people were watching a football match.
Not only was this incident ignored by pretty much all the mainstream papers, Bedfordshire Police said that the incident did not warrant comment.
A reader sent me the following scan via email, and told me that it appeared in The Sun newspaper some time last week. It was regarded as so unimportant that there is no web link.
Here is the scan followed by my transcript:
Race riot 'cover-up'
A police force slammed for being politically correct tried to COVER UP a weekend race riot.
More than 60 Asians were said to have stormed The White House pub where families gathered after a football game.
Several people were beaten up as terrified women and kids fled.
But Bedfordshire police, who sent in 100 officers, said the Luton attack "did not warrant comment."
Steve Dann, 26, who was hit by a bottle in the incident, said: "There was blood everywhere."
Earlier this year Bedfordshire police stood by as Muslim fanatics abused hero British soldiers on a homecoming parade in Luton town centre.
I have to ask myself why this isn't regarded as newsworthy - as my tipster pointed out, if it had been the other way around it would have been international news.