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Man is knocked unconscious trying to break up pub brawl as three men are charged over violent attack

Man, 21, is knocked unconscious after trying to break up pub brawl – as police charge three men over violent attack

  • A violent brawl broke out outside a trendy Sydney pub on Sunday morning 
  • One man was hospitalised after being knocked out and three men were arrested 
  • The man who was knocked unconscious was taken to  St Vincent’s Hospital 

Three men have been charged over a brawl outside a Sydney nightclub that left one man with head injuries.

Police were told a 21-year-old man was knocked unconscious and hit his head on the pavement outside the venue in Potts Point in the early hours of Sunday.

The victim was attempting to intervene in a fight between a group of men when he was knocked to the ground, police say.

He was taken to St Vincents Hospital by ambulance but has since been released.

A man has been left with head injuries after being knocked unconscious in a brawl in Sydney

Footage at the scene showed a young man with a torn t-shirt and red cap being led in handcuffs into a police van

Footage at the scene showed a young man with a torn t-shirt and red cap being led in handcuffs into a police van

Footage at the scene showed a young man with a torn t-shirt and red cap being led in handcuffs into a police van.

Three men aged 19, 20 and 22, were arrested at the scene and later charged.  

The two younger men were charged with assault and will appear before the Downing Centre Local Court on August 21.

The 22-year-old was charged with hindering police.  

The brawl occurred at Bayswater Road in Potts Point, a hub for bars and nightclubs

The brawl occurred at Bayswater Road in Potts Point, a hub for bars and nightclubs

Three men aged 19, 20 and 22, were arrested at the scene and later charged by police 

Three men aged 19, 20 and 22, were arrested at the scene and later charged by police 

 

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