Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a wild brawl between about a dozen students broke out at a Victorian high school.
Students believed to be from Wallan Secondary College, 50kms north of Melbourne, were seen engaging in the vicious schoolyard scuffle on Monday afternoon, Herald Sun reported.
In the video, several students can be seen throwing wild punches at each other as others record the fight on their phones.
Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a wild brawl between about a dozen students broke out at a Victorian high school
Some attempt to break up the fight, with students being heard saying ‘get off him mate’, and ‘just walk, it’s alright’.
But the fight continues, resulting in one person being tackled to the ground and hit while he’s down.
Several boys are then seen pulling their fellow students away from him to eventually break up the fight, before police were called to the school.
A concerned mother told the publication that her son – who was involved in the brawl – has been attacked multiple times this year.
‘This is the third time this year my son has been hit in the head, king hit, he’s sore all over,’ the mother, who asked to remain anonymous, said.
Students believed to be from Wallan Secondary College (pictured), 50kms north of Melbourne, were seen engaging in the vicious schoolyard scuffle on Monday afternoon
‘One punch kills and this is escalating and escalating and it won’t be long until someone is seriously injured or killed.’
She said the latest brawl broke out at lunchtime over a long-standing feud between two groups.
Acting principal Julian Connors told Daily Mail Australia that no one was seriously injured and ‘appropriate’ disciplinary has been taken.
‘There is no place for incidents like this at our school. It is disappointing and does not reflect the behaviour of the overwhelming majority of our students,’ the acting principal said in a statement.