- Teenager’s Halloween party ended with father and step brother being bashed
- The themed party drew a crowd of 50 gatecrashers on Friday night in Milperra
- The man and his step son were glassed by violent thugs before police arrived
- Both men suffered lacerations to their faces, while police have yet arrest anyone
Dozens of people gatecrashed a teenage girl’s Halloween party on Friday night, glassing two people including the girl’s father.
The violent attack occurred at the family home in Milperra, in Sydney’s south-west, about 9.30pm after news of the party spread on social media.
The 13-year-old girl’s father, believed to be in his late 50s, and his step son were both struck in the head several times, police reported.
A father and his step son were bashed on Friday night, after a Halloween party they were hosting drew a crowd of 50 violent gatecrashers
The father, a man in his 50s known as Paul, told 7 News the gatecrashers found out about the party on social media
The man, known as Paul, told 7 News the gatecrashers found out about the party on social media, after pictures surfaced on Snapchat and Facebook.
‘I’m upset that something that was supposed to be a good night for the kids ended up in terror for them,’ he said.
‘I tried my hardest to look after them.
‘People just have to be very very careful with the social media these days.’
The riot squad were called to disperse the crowd on the night but have yet to arrest anyone in relation to the gatecrashing
Paul and his step son were bashed by the thugs before the riot squad was called to disperse the crowd.
They were treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics before the younger man was taken to Bankstown Hospital with lacerations to his face.
Police have yet to arrest anyone in relation to the gatecrashing, claiming there is not enough information to go after the thugs.