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Woman whacks a man over the head with a bouquet of flowers during a brawl at Rosehill Gardens 


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Racegoers watch on as a woman whacks a man over the head with a bouquet of flowers as the glamorous event erupts into chaos with a massive brawl breaking out

  • A hilarious brawl broke out as punters poured out of a Sydney racing event at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday
  • Revellers began throwing punches at one another as they left the Australian Turf Club Christmas racing event
  • Men yanked at each other’s limbs and torpedoed their fists into torsos as women attempted to break the fight
  • In a desperate bid to stop the warfare, one woman used her bouquet as weaponry to pelt a man over the head 

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A day of celebration quickly soured as a mass brawl erupted among punters as they poured out of a Sydney racing event at Rose Hill garden.

The ticketed Australian Turf Club Christmas offered attendees the chance to watch the races while getting into the festive spirit – with Santa photos, Christmas treats and seasonal songs. 

But the merry mood was soon lost as embattled revellers threw their fists – and flowers – into the faces of other spectators. 

Six men exchanged punches (pictured) as a woman and security guard attempted to rip them apart during the event in Sydney on Saturday

Women were seen trying to clam the situation, stepping in to desperately separate the men as they yanked each other

Women were seen trying to clam the situation, stepping in to desperately separate the men as they yanked each other

Additional security flocked to the scene as one man pulled a blue-blazered punter down onto his fist (pictured)

Additional security flocked to the scene as one man pulled a blue-blazered punter down onto his fist (pictured)

Limbs flailed as men yanked at one another, driving their fists into each other’s faces.

Some spectators attempted to stop the fight as security guards requested back up.

Women desperately tried to stop the mayhem, with one woman transforming her bouquet of flowers into weaponry by pelting it over one aggressor’s skull.   

Onlookers rushed in, heels in hand, as the men torpedoed their fists into each other

Onlookers rushed in, heels in hand, as the men torpedoed their fists into each other

Blood appeared to trickle down one man's head as he pinned a man in a blue shirt to the ground, a glamorous woman was covered in petals as she tossed her bouquet into the action

Blood appeared to trickle down one man’s head as he pinned a man in a blue shirt to the ground, a glamorous woman was covered in petals as she tossed her bouquet into the action

A furious patron pelted her bouquet over a man's head as he seized another man cowered on the ground (pictured)

A furious patron pelted her bouquet over a man’s head as he seized another man cowered on the ground (pictured)

 The batting did little to deter the man’s violent rage but instead sent a hail of petals flying back into her face. 

Before the blood shed, jockey Kathy O’Hara took the trophy for race nine on top of Tory joy.

The gates opened at 12.15pm and the final race ended at 6.15pm.

Rosehill Gardens is home to nine Group 1 races. 

The man's pants were torn during the brutal scuffle exposing his tattooed leg, as another man fell to the ground

The man’s pants were torn during the brutal scuffle exposing his tattooed leg, as another man fell to the ground

Petals fill the air as the woman repeatedly flails the bunch down on the aggressor's head in a bid to make him stop

Petals fill the air as the woman repeatedly flails the bunch down on the aggressor’s head in a bid to make him stop

Blood stained the man's shirt as she bared his teeth in a infuriated rage as he reared up his clenched fist

Blood stained the man’s shirt as she bared his teeth in a infuriated rage as he reared up his clenched fist

Earlier in the day, jockey Kathy O'Hara took the trophy for race nine aboard horse Tory Joy

Earlier in the day, jockey Kathy O’Hara took the trophy for race nine aboard horse Tory Joy 

O'Hara galloped into victory as the Australian Turf Club Christmas racing day, which was advertised as an exciting day of thoroughbred racing with a host of Christmas entertainment across the racecourse

O’Hara galloped into victory as the Australian Turf Club Christmas racing day, which was advertised as an exciting day of thoroughbred racing with a host of Christmas entertainment across the racecourse

 

 

 

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