Insane brawl erupts in the beer garden of a popular bar after a man was coward punched on Grand Final night – as a dozen men rain down blows and smash tables
- Queensland Police are investigating an all-out brawl at a Nobby’s beach bar
- The massive fight broke out between AFL fans following Saturday’s grand final
- Footage shows men violently hitting each other and climbing tables to join in
- An 19-year-old was taken to hospital with a head injury but most fled the scene
Rowdy AFL fans broke out in a massive brawl that started with a ‘coward’ punch and ended with revellers climbing tables to join in.
The sickening fight kicked off Saturday night at Nobby’s Beach Bar on the Gold Coast, following the grand final match between the Geelong Football Club and Sydney Swans.
Tensions are understood to have erupted when a man unsuspectingly struck another patron at about 8pm.
The incident quickly spiraled out of control with more than a dozen men seen in wild footage swinging punches as tables and chairs were knocked over in the chaos leaving shattered glass across the venue.
Shocking footage shows violent revellers in an all-out brawl at a Nobby’s beach bar on the Gold Coast following Saturday night’s AFL grand final
As the brawl continues in the beer garden patrons can be seen climbing over each other to get in on the action.
People can be heard screaming as glass shatters and bystanders run for cover.
Desperate security guards ended up separating the two sides using the glass doors between the beer garden and indoor bar.
Ongoing fights continued inside the club and on the street of the popular nightlife district.
One 19-year-old was taken to hospital in a stable condition with facial injuries.
Most of the revellers involved in the fight fled the scene before police arrived.
Queensland Police officers are investigating the incident and searching for the men involved in the violent display.
Anyone with any information is urged to contact police.
Queensland Police said they are investigating the violent fight that saw men climbing tables to join in after one 19-year-old was hospitalised