Carnage in Coogee as close to 50 teenagers go on the rampage, punch passers-by and trash the streets in Sydney’s east
- A large group of adolescents wreaked havoc in Coogee area Tuesday night
- The streets were trashed and evidence of illicit substances was discovered
- Passers-by were reportedly punched and had beer bottles thrown at them
- Most of the teenagers were able to flee before authorities arrived at the scene
A group of close to 50 teenagers have wreaked havoc on the streets of Sydney in the first week of school holidays.
Arden Street in the beachside suburb of Coogee was left littered with rubbish as bins were knocked over on Tuesday night.
Passers-by were allegedly assaulted by the youths as they attempted to shut down their raucous party.
Members of the public were allegedly punched and had beer bottles thrown at them.
More than 50 teenagers wreaked havoc on the streets of Coogee on Tuesday night
Pictures that emerged after the incident show toilet paper strewn around and bicycles knocked over
Pictures that emerged after the incident show toilet paper strewn around and bicycles knocked over.
Police were called to the scene around 11.30pm.
Most of the group of nearly 50 adolescents were reportedly able to flee before authorities arrived in the area.
NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia that they did not receive any reports of physical harm to members of the public.
They also said there had been no reports of damage despite the claims.
A large clean up operation was underway on Wednesday morning following the incident.
Members of the public were allegedly punched and had beer bottles thrown at them