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Teenage girl gang terrorising schoolkids at a shopping centre post violent brawls online

‘Girl gang’ terrorising teenagers at a shopping centre post footage of their violent brawls online as a ‘threat to their enemies’

  • Graphic footage of girl gangs attacking other teens have gone viral online
  • Parents believe videos are designed to threaten enemies of main perpetrators 
  • Police have launched investigation into the attacks described as an ‘epidemic’ 

A ‘girl gang’ terrorising teenagers at a local shopping centre have begun uploading footage of their violent brawls online as a warning to their enemies.

One graphic clip filmed at Northland Shopping Centre, north of Melbourne, showed a girl slamming another into the ground before kicking and punching her body.

In another video, a group of teenage girls stood in the toilets as one grabbed a victim and began beating her on the ground while others watched and filmed, the Herald Sun reported.

Videos of aggressive girl gang attacks on female teens have been shared widely online in what is believed to be aimed at sending messages to enemy girl gangs (one attack pictured)

Videos of aggressive girl gang attacks on female teens have been shared widely online in what is believed to be aimed at sending messages to enemy girl gangs (one attack pictured)

The harrowing clips were uploaded briefly to Instagram page, fightingvideos101, and were shared publicly to other social media accounts before being removed.

A parent of a 16-year-old girl who was bashed in a Hoyts bathrooms on September 13, claimed the videos were designed to warn and instill fear in enemies of the main perpetrators.

‘She’s traumatised. I’m reliving it every minute of every day. It’s ingrained in my brain and I can see the terror on my daughter’s face,’ she said. 

The mother said videos of one of the attacks were sent to her 14-year-old daughter in what she believed was aimed at threatening her.   

The harrowing images were uploaded briefly to Instagram page, fightingvideos101, and were shared publicly to other social media accounts before being removed

The harrowing images were uploaded briefly to Instagram page, fightingvideos101, and were shared publicly to other social media accounts before being removed

She described the gang behaviour at Northland Shopping Centre as an ‘epidemic’ and warned shoppers in the area to stay alert.  

‘People should be aware … People don’t have any idea what’s going on and they should be alert. I’m not going back there with my daughters, ever,’ she said.

Police have been made aware of the gang assaults and have launched an investigation. 

While attacks have become a frequent occurrence at Northland Shopping Centre, the gang was not known to security and thus had not been banned from entering. 

She described the gang behaviour at Northland Shopping Centre (pictured) as an 'epidemic' and warned shoppers in the area to stay alert

She described the gang behaviour at Northland Shopping Centre (pictured) as an ‘epidemic’ and warned shoppers in the area to stay alert

      

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