Shocking moment a vicious brawl breaks out between two groups of VERY angry men outside a pub in front of terrified revellers
- Early morning brawl outside a Sydney CBD pub left two people seriously injured
- Two groups of men got into a verbal argument which quickly turned physical
- Police want to speak to two men who they say can assist inquiries into the brawl
Police are hunting combatants in a vicious brawl that erupted outside a pub that seriously injured two men.
Two groups of men crossed paths on Kent Street in the Sydney CBD outside a hotel and started arguing about 3.20am on November 21,
The altercation quickly turned physical when a 26-year-old man was attacked by one of the other group before another man joined in, police alleged.
Police want to speak to two men who they say can assist with their inquiries (pictured is one of the men)
A second 26-year-old man then stepped in and attempted to break up the fight but was also allegedly attacked.
Both of the men suffered facial injuries and were treated by paramedics before being rushed to hospital.
The two alleged attackers were last seen walking off along Kent Street towards Liverpool Street.
Police investigating the brawl released CCTV of two men they believed could assist in their inquiries.
Another man had distinctive tattoos and was wearing a gold chain (pictured)
The second man has tattoos covering his entire back as well as another of his chest (pictured)
The first man is described as being of Middle Eastern appearance and aged 20 to 25 with a medium build and short black hair.
He was wearing a black t-shirt, black jeans ripped open at the knees, and black shoes with white soles.
A second man is described as also being of Middle Eastern appearance and aged between 20 and 25.
He has obvious chest and back tattoos, short black hair, and was wearing black jeans ripped open at the knees, black shoes, and a gold chain.
Anyone with information about the identity of the men, or who may have witnessed the brawl, is urged to contact police.
The fight broke out early on the Sunday morning of November 21 (pictured)