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Twin brothers with a mob of friends attack two strangers in Sydney

A group of boys who viciously beat up two friends after luring them into a karaoke bar have walked free despite being found guilty.

After walking into a private room at Dynasty Karaoke, in Sydney, Frank and Don were met with flying fists from twin brothers and their two friends, Seven News reported. 

The incident, which occurred in June 2017, saw twins Mohammed and Adel, and their two friends Ali and Saad, ambush Frank and Don, who were punched in the face and head, and had their clothes ripped. 

 

A group of boys (pictured) who viciously beat up two friends when they lured them into a karaoke bar have been jailed

Frank and Don (pictured) were lured into a private room at Dynasty Karaoke, in Sydney, where they were met with flying fists from twin brothers and their two friends

Frank and Don (pictured) were lured into a private room at Dynasty Karaoke, in Sydney, where they were met with flying fists from twin brothers and their two friends

At one point, one of the boys attempted to leave but he was pinned against the wall and punched again.

Despite the incident occurring in less than a minute, Frank and Don were left with a fractured jaw, broken nose and bruising.

At the District Court on Wednesday, the magistrate described the fight as horrific.  

‘That CCTV was horrific. It was a truly awful affray,’ Magistrate Jennifer Atkinson said.

‘It shows a ferocious attack. Unrelenting and savage.’

Five months later, the twins were involved in another brawl at Event Cinemas in Parramatta.

The pair pushed a man to the ground before savagely kicking him in the head.

They said the man deserved to die and accused him of shooting one of the twins a few weeks back.

The four men were jailed between 13 months and two years but were only in cell for a few hours, granted bail pending an appeal.

Four of the five men were jailed between 13 months and two years but were only in cell for a few hours, granted bail pending an appeal

Four of the five men were jailed between 13 months and two years but were only in cell for a few hours, granted bail pending an appeal

  

 

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