‘There was a group of four stomping her’: Woman is violently beaten during a mass brawl involving up to 40 youths outside a Melbourne train station
- Footage taken outside Flinders Street Station showed the group trading blows
- Witnesses said four women then pushed another to the ground at a tram stop
- Then started punching and kicking her repeatedly in head at 4.30am on Sunday
- In another incident earlier that night, officers surrounded by large group of men
A woman has been viciously beaten by four teenagers outside of Australia’s busiest train station as up to 40 youths brawled on the street.
Mobile phone footage taken outside Melbourne’s Flinders Street Station showed the group trading blows before several of them ran across the road.
Witnesses said four women then pushed another woman to the ground at a tram stop and began punching and kicking her in the head.
The brawl, which happened at about 4.30am on Sunday morning, lasted less than a minute before police arrived and the group ran from the scene, Channel 9 reported.
‘They took her over to the tram stop and once they got her to the ground there was about four of them stomping on her,’ witness Ryan Bailey said.
‘I haven’t seen anything worse.’
No arrests have been made yet as a result of the incident.
In a separate incident earlier that night, police said protective services officers were forced to use capsicum spray after being surrounded by a group of young men.
One man was arrested during the incident at about midnight, although it is not known whether the same group were involved in the events four hours later.
A woman being violently beaten outside Australia’s busiest train station as up to 40 youths brawled on the street has been caught on camera (pictured)
The brawl, which happened at about 4.30am on Sunday morning, lasted less than a minute before police arrived (pictured) and the group ran from the scene Channel 9 reported
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