Teenager who was stabbed by gang members at a fish and chip shop says he’ll take revenge because the cops won’t stop the rampaging thugs
- The 18-year-old was stabbed by a rival gang outside a fish and chip shop
- CCTV footage showed gang members brandishing chairs and garden clippers
- He said police are unable to stop gangs because they have up to 300 members
A teenage gang member who was viciously stabbed with scissors outside a fast food restaurant has promised revenge.
The 18-year-old was stabbed by a gang members describes as of African appearance in a clash outside a fish and chip shop on Wednesday at 6.50pm, in Dandenong, Victoria.
A group of about seven youths from the NGS gang took aim at two teenagers from another gang called HP Boys, the Herald Sun reported.
According to the victim, the NGS gang members were wielding scissors, a knife, a baseball bat, and a hammer.
An 18-year-old was stabbed by a rival African gang in a clash outside a fish and chip shop on Wednesday at 6.50pm ,in Dandenong, Victoria
The dramatic incident, which was captured on CCTV, shows the gang members running behind the victims brandishing other objects, including chairs and garden clippers.
After the attack the gang fled and the two victims were taken to Dandenong Hospital with non serious injuries.
From his hospital bed, the 18-year-old claimed they were targeted because the NGS gang because ‘they have a problem with Afghans’.
He also promised he would seek revenge.
‘Police can’t stop these gangs. There are 100, 200, 300 members,’ he said.
The incident was caught on CCTV cameras and showed some gang members brandishing other objects, including chairs and garden clippers (pictured)
From his hospital bed, the 18-year-old claimed they were targeted because the NGS gang because ‘they have a problem with Afghans’
‘I’m not relying on cops anymore.’
NGS members also allegedly jumped on the victims’ cars and smashed their windscreens.
The teenager underwent surgery to his left hand on Thursday morning.
Shopkeepers in the area have recently been forced to close early due to increased robberies, vandalism, and violence.