Two sickening school fights are caught on video – with young girls brawling and a student beaten for his shoes
- One video was uploaded to Instagram and showed two schoolgirls brawling
- As they clawed at each other on the grass, other children cheered them on
- More footage showed two boys fighting, before one handed over his shoes
Two horrifying brawls between school children have been caught on camera, including one between female students and another of a boy who was beaten for his shoes.
One video was uploaded to Instagram and showed two girls from a school in Toowoomba, west of Brisbane, in a vicious punch-up.
As they clawed at each other on the grass, other children cheered them on while filming the stoush.
Footage captured from another Toowoomba school and uploaded to the same account showed a boy punching his classmate in the head.
Pictured: Two schoolgirls brawling in Toowoomba. Others surrounded the girls and cheered
‘Take off your f***ing shoes,’ the attacker said, according to The Courier-Mail.
The victim replied: ‘What did I do?’
At the end of the fight, the boy took his shoes off and handed them to the bully, who walked away with them.
Footage captured from another Toowoomba school and uploaded to t he same account showed a boy punching his classmate in the head (pictured)
Both videos were uploaded to a public Instagram account, but have since been deleted.
A spokesman for the Department of Education told the publication: ‘School administrators deal with incidents like these in line with the Student Code of Conduct.’
It could not provide information on the incidents due to privacy issues, but urged students and caregivers to report cases of bullying that take place outside school to local police.
After an altercation on the footpath, the victim wound up motionless on the grass while the attacker tried to remove his shoes (pictured)
It comes after a student from Harristown State High School, Toowoomba, being assaulted by a teenage boy some time after February this year.
After an altercation on the footpath, the victim wound up motionless on the grass while the attacker tried to remove his shoes.
A Department of Education spokeswoman said the attack happened outside school hours and grounds, and that the assault was not reported.