Three teenagers have ruthlessly beaten another boy at a high school in a targeted attack that police believe was in retaliation for an earlier brawl at a bank which also involved their mothers.
The ambush occurred at Condell Park High School in Sydney‘s south-west on Wednesday after classes had finished.
Three boys are seen on camera viciously attacking a student who’s curled up on the ground.
One of the attackers holds the 16-year-old victim in a head lock as the other two kick, punch and stomp on him.
A motorist in the school car park can be heard beeping their horn in a futile attempt to stop the fight as stunned students watch on.
The bashing was payback for another fight that happened three days earlier at Bankstown Central Shopping Centre.
Three teenagers have been caught on camera beating another teen on the ground of Condell High School in Sydney’s south-west on Thursday
The attackers hold the victim in a headlock as they punch, kick and stomp on him in a targeted attack
Condell Park High School said in a statement that the school was ‘supporting a student after a concerning incident off school grounds’.
The victim, who has since made a statement to police, was a student of Condell Park High School while his three attackers have no links to the school.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted police for comment.
The same teens, along with their mothers, fought outside a St George Bank.
Incredible footage shows a group of women throwing punches at each other.
At one stage, a woman was knocked to the ground with two others climbing on top of her and raining down punches.
It is unclear what sparked the brawl, though witnesses suggested that there was a fight between the same teenage boys before their mothers got involved.
The school yard fight was in retaliation to a brawl that occurred outside a St George Bank at Bankstown Central Shopping Centre involving the boys and their mothers
The footage shows up to 15 people involved in the fight, which is said to have lasted about 10 minutes.
One woman, 52, was taken to hospital after suffering a lip injury in the melee.
Video of the chaos was captured by onlookers and shared widely on social media.
Screaming can be heard throughout the footage as workers attempt to separate the fighters.
One witness, Haya Tallawi, told 9News she heard one of the women yell ‘don’t touch my son’.
‘I was hearing bad screaming and when I looked up there was there a million people and then two women fighting together,’ she said.
At one stage of the fight, a woman was knocked to the ground with two others climbing on top of her and appearing to rain down punches
NSW Police confirmed they attended the scene and are investigating the brawl that reportedly involved 15 people
NSW Police confirmed they attended the scene and are currently investigating the brawl.
No arrests have yet been made.
A police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: ‘About 3.30pm yesterday (Monday 30 January 2023), officers attached to Bankstown Police Area Command were called to a shopping centre on North Terrace, Bankstown, following reports of a brawl.
‘A 52-year-old woman sustained an injury to her lip during the incident.
‘She was taken to Bankstown Hospital for treatment.
‘Upon arrival, some of those involved left the scene.
Investigators are urging those who witnessed the incident, or anyone with information about those involved to contact police immediately.
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