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Brisbane racegoers filmed in brawl as Spring Racing Carnival descends into chaos

That’s not very ladylike! Watch the rowdy moment female racegoers exchange blows in an ugly brawl on a walkway after a big day at the track

  • Group of rowdy racegoers filmed exchanging blows in ugly brawl in Brisbane
  • Footage showed woman pinned against railing before attacker pulled to ground
  • Another woman jumped into the air before crashing into her opponent 
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A group of rowdy racegoers have been filmed exchanging blows in an ugly brawl.

The women clashed along a walkway near Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens while the Spring Racing Carnival was being held at nearby Eagle Farm and Doomben Racecourse.

The incident is understood to have unfolded sometime during the week of October 22 and 29. 

A group of rowdy racegoers have been filmed exchanging blows in an ugly brawl

One of the members of the group managed to film the violent altercation with the footage showing two women charging at each other.

A woman in a green dress jumped into the air before flooring her opponent.

Their friends then rushed in and joined in on the scuffle with one of the women pushed up against the railing on the walkway. 

Her attacker was then pulled to the ground by a third person before she was punched repeatedly in the head. 

‘Get off of her,’ a woman wearing a sombrero screamed. 

Another woman is pulled by the arm and spun around by her opponent. 

One of the members of the group managed to film the violent altercation with the footage showing two women charging at each other

One of the members of the group managed to film the violent altercation with the footage showing two women charging at each other

A man tried to break up the brawl and jumped in between the women.

‘Stop it, oi, oi, oi, get off her,’ another man screamed off camera. ‘Don’t hit her.’ 

Queensland Police said it had received no reports of a fight taking place. 

‘Our searches did not locate any incidents of this nature that police were called to attend, nor any subsequent reports made,’ police said.

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