Ten British men have been arrested in Crete after a "punch-up" involving 50 UK nationals.
The men were arrested after an incident "like a riot" outside a medical centre in Malia on July 22, according to the general manager of Cretan Medicare, George Speis.
The men were also allegedly involved in "quite a big punch-up" on the main beach road in Malia, a spokesman for the FCO said.
The men appeared in court on Monday along with a 20-year-old British woman from Manchester who was charged with damaging a police vehicle in a "separate incident", according to the spokesman.
The men were charged with dangerous bodily harm, disturbing the peace and damage to property, the FCO spokesman said.
George Speis, who has worked for Cretan Medicare for three years, said: "It was like a riot. It was pretty nasty. It was unacceptable.
"This is the worst year in regard to violence involving British people. I'm worried someone might get killed."