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Schoolies revelers spit fight desceneds into a furious street brawl in Bali’s party district Kuta

An out of control brawl has been captured on film as Schoolies celebrations continue to escalate.

Hoards of young men were filmed spitting at one another before a violent brawl spilled out onto the streets of Kuta, Bali in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Shirtless men fall over in the road, throwing wild kicks and punches as traffic comes to standstill and shocked on-lookers stare in disbelief at the chaos. 

One man is seen protecting his head with his hands as another three jump on him, attempting to punch him from all angles.

The fight continues until undercover police eventually broke it up. 

In the same street, Schoolies are also seen riding bikes through, risking serious injury with no head gear on.

When a Nine News cameraman ask them why they aren’t wearing a helmet, one young woman yells back: ‘Because it’s f***ing Schoolies b*tch’.

‘Yolo, it’s Bali, who gives a f**k’ another young gentleman says.

The worrying display comes as it is revealed more and more Schoolies party-goers are travelling overseas without travel insurance.

With over 6,000 Schoolies descending onto Bali’s shores, one in five may not have travel insurance at all. 

An out of control brawl was captured on film (pictured) as Schoolies party-goers’ celebrations escalate, showing no regard for safety

A man in a white singlet is seen hitting another man as stunned on-lookers watch and traffic comes to a stand-still 

A man in a white singlet is seen hitting another man as stunned on-lookers watch and traffic comes to a stand-still 

Meanwhile, rowdy Schoolies celebrations have spiralled out of control in Victoria, resulting in as many as 100 heavily armed police descending on young revellers.

Riot squad officers armed with shields and batons were called to the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne’s southeast on Saturday night after uniformed officers were allegedly attacked by swarms of school leavers.

Sergeant Chris Russo told the Herald Sun officers were attending to ‘sporadic fighting’ and general anti-social behavior among young party-goers.

While the fight continued, Schoolies were seen driving bikes through the chaos.  When camera men ask them why they weren't wearing a helmet, one young woman (pictured) replied: 'Because it's f***ing Schoolies b*tch'.

While the fight continued, Schoolies were seen driving bikes through the chaos.  When camera men ask them why they weren’t wearing a helmet, one young woman (pictured) replied: ‘Because it’s f***ing Schoolies b*tch’.

But those close to the scene said the cause for unrest was older men – known colloquially as ‘toolies’ – harrassing teenagers and inciting the violence. 

Small fights began to break out within the crowd at 9:30pm, however, when police tried to break up the fights, youths threw glass bottles at them.

On the Gold Coast, many Schoolies ended the second week of festivities with a bang, with over 36 people leaving the main event in handcuffs.

Schoolies week continues for its third and final week.  

The chaos in Bali comes after rowdy Schoolies celebrations  spiralled out of control in Victoria, resulting in as many as 100 heavily armed police descending on young revellers (pictured)

The chaos in Bali comes after rowdy Schoolies celebrations spiralled out of control in Victoria, resulting in as many as 100 heavily armed police descending on young revellers (pictured)

Small fights began to break out within the crowd at 9:30pm, however, when police tried to break up the fights, youths threw glass bottles at them from rooftops (pictured)

Small fights began to break out within the crowd at 9:30pm, however, when police tried to break up the fights, youths threw glass bottles at them from rooftops (pictured)

Riot squad officers armed with shields and batons were called to the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne's southeast on Saturday night after uniformed officers were allegedly attacked by swarms of school leavers

Riot squad officers armed with shields and batons were called to the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne’s southeast on Saturday night after uniformed officers were allegedly attacked by swarms of school leavers

 

 



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