Pictures show the shocking injuries three men suffered after they were allegedly attacked with a 40cm machete at a West Australian pub.
Police released the images on Saturday after they charged two men, aged 28 and 34, over the vicious attack that played out at the Silver Sands pub in Mandurah south of Perth about 10.50pm on Thursday night.
One man was allegedly slashed across the face, a gash visible from just under his ear across his cheek to his chin, while another man also narrowly avoided losing his eye, the area heavily bruised, and a third man lost a fingernail.
The fight broke out at the Silver Sands Tavern south of Perth on Thursday night (pictured)
One man suffered a serious black eye (pictured) after a woman was refused entry to a private function and returned with two men
One man was allegedly slashed across the face suffering a gash on his cheek requiring delicate surgery at Royal Perth Hospital (pictured)
The three victims are recovering with a 39-year-old and 60-year-old having undergone facial and hand surgery at Royal Perth Hospital and a 32-year-old man being treated at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
It is understood there was a private function at the pub and a woman who was refused entry later returned with two males who allegedly carried out the attack.
Police said a 28-year-old from Halls Head and a 34-year-old from Singleton have each been charged with three counts of acts or omissions causing bodily harm or danger.
Police released a woman in her 30s pending further inquiries.
Another man has a fingernail ripped off in the vicious attack at the Mandurah pub (pictured)
The area was cordoned off on Friday as detectives and forensic teams combed through the scene.
The investigation is ongoing and police are urging any witnesses or anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.