Two Aussie holidaymakers were savagely beaten with bats and barstools by a wild mob of men after an alleged altercation outside a Bali nightclub over a motorbike entryway.
Milard Said, 32, and Maroun Mardini, 39, who are believed to live in Sydney, were leaving the Atlas Super Club in North Kuta in the south of the Indonesian party island on Monday around 10.15pm when they got into a heated exchange with the club’s security.
Shocking footage of the subsequent brawl shows the two friends being bashed by a group of about a dozen men wielding metal poles, bats and what appears to be a the leg of a bar stool.
Cries of ‘I f*** you up!’, ‘take that!’ and ‘go back to your place!’ can be heard as Mr Said and Mr Mardini desperately try to seek the safety of a waiting taxi.
Milard Said, 32, and Maroun Mardini, 39, who are believed to live in Sydney, were leaving the Atlas Super Club in North Kuta in the south of the Indonesian party island on Monday around 10.15pm when they got into a heated exchange with the club’s security (both men are pictured)
One of the assailants shouts ‘where you going?’ as Mr Said holds his hand up to defend himself from another remorseless barrage of blows.
At one stage a man dressed in an Atlas Super Club t-shirt can be seen swinging a wild punch to the jaw of one of the defenceless men.
While the footage cuts out just as more men pile-in, Daily Mail Australia has obtained exclusive pictures showing that the two Aussies eventually had to be rescued by police.
Both men are pictured slumped in the trailer of a police van, their t-shirts torn and blood-spattered, with nasty wounds on their heads.
A Badung Police spokesperson said that the incident was sparked after the two Aussies asked security to get them a taxi.
‘After the security hailed a taxi, one of the foreigners then tried to ride his motorbike out of the wrong exit,’ the spokesperson said.
‘The security guard reprimanded the foreigner. The foreigner then allegedly got angry and pushed the security guard.
‘One of them allegedly tried to punch one of the security guards.’
The police spokesperson said the two men attempted to leave but the security guard started ‘screaming and yelling’ that they had tried to hit him.
‘Other security and locals from around the area then started chasing the two foreigners,’ the spokesperson added.
‘They were beaten by the mob.’
A security guard dressed in an Atlas Super Club t-shirt can be seen swinging a wild punch at one of the men
The men were rescued by police (above) and taken to hospital (below)
However, both parties refused to make a police report.
The police spokesperson said investigations are ongoing.
Daily Mail Australia approached the Atlas Super Club for comment. It bills itself as the ‘Biggest Night Club in Bali’.
This publication has made attempts to contact the two Australians.