A schoolboy can be heard begging another teenager’s father to ‘let him go’ after spitting in his face in new footage of a bloody brawl outside a Queensland school.
The disturbing video, captured on a mobile phone, showed two students trying to walk away from the father, who was blocking the teenagers’ path, as he tended to his bleeding nose.
The graphic footage first showed the group of teenagers bashing the father who claimed he was trying to protect his son outside Park Ridge State High School, south of Brisbane, Queensland on Monday afternoon.
But another video showed the father threw the first punch and now new video of the incident has shed more light on the brawl.
The disturbing footage, captured on a mobile phone, showed two students trying to walk away from the father, who was blocking the teenagers’ path, as he tended to his bleeding nose
‘The fight is over,’ one of the teenagers could be heard shouting, according to the The Courier Mail.
The father then responds incoherently before another teenager said: ‘Just let him go’.
‘What the f***? Why? You want to spit in my face again,’ the man cried out.
The man can be seen wiping blood off of his face while being told to ‘walk away’ by the group of teenagers.
Several clips from the brawl have emerged over the last week.
The first clip showed two teenage boys wrestling near the school before one wearing a red singlet was pinned to the ground.
The father then went behind his son’s attacker and punched the boy in the side of the head.
He delivered another forceful blow and began punching the boy with both fists.
The pack of at least six boys in school uniforms then started punching and kicking the man, who struggled to get himself off the ground.
Earlier footage showed the father and one of the teenagers squaring off while shouting at each other, before the boy spat in the man’s face.
‘You f**king hit me,’ the father yelled. ‘Someone call the f***ng cops’.
A fight broke out last Monday after school ended for the day at Park Ridge State High School, south of Brisbane, Queensland between six students and the father
A Queensland Police spokesman told Daily Mail Australia that the investigation is going.
A total of 12 videos of the incident are believed to be circulating on social media.
No further incidents have happened between the parties since.
Acting Senior Sergeant Nick Edwards said the father made a complaint, prompting a police investigation.
‘I was blown away by the pack mentality of the students and that they gave no thought to what could have gone wrong with their actions,’ Acting Senior Sergeant Edwards previously told The Courier Mail.
Earlier footage showed the father and one of the teenagers squaring off while shouting at each other, before the boy spat in the man’s face
‘To see the student spit in the parent’s face was disgusting.’
The Queensland Department of Education said emergency services were called to the school, but couldn’t confirm whether the students were punished.
The school is working actively with the families involved and students are being dealt with in line with the school’s Responsible Behaviour Plan,’ a spokesperson said.
Members of the school community said they were unhappy with how Park Ridge State High School handled similar incidents.
Members of the school community said they were unhappy with how Park Ridge State High School handled similar incidents
A parent with two boys at the school told Daily Mail Australia: ‘They do sweep things under the rug.’
‘I believe that school hasn’t always dealt with my issues in the best way and believe some of the punishments for some students are harsher than others.’
‘The school policy in general regarding detention for whatever reason needs reviewing in my option,’ the mum said.