Police were called shortly after 1pm and made four arrests for public order offenses and breaches of coronavirus legislation.
Photographs taken shortly after 5pm show hundreds of young people left outside the store during that time.
It seems that many are not social distances despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The group eventually dispersed following police instructions.
In a statement, Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called around 1:09 pm on Saturday, December 5, to report a large group of people trying to break into a store in Bromton Road, SW1.
“A total of four men were arrested – two for crimes, one for violating Covid’s regulations and another for violating public order and violating Covid’s regulations.
“The crowd dispersed.”
Viewers took to social media to describe their shock at the events.
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One Twitter user asked: “Harrods, what the hell is going on ??
“We ended up leaving the store because of the King’s pure mutilation inside and out.
“No one wears masks and no one is challenged to do so?” #KOVIDIOTI “.
Another added: “If anyone thinks of going near Harrods Knightsbridge, don’t think about it.
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“It seems that riot police are everywhere.”
There were also reports of harassment on social media outside the Harvey Nichols store in Knightsbridge.
London is currently under second-level coronavirus restrictions.