Sydney Teen Charged After Insane Street Brawl Ft. Meat Cleavers & Bats

CONTENT WARNING: This story contains graphic footage that may be disturbing to some readers.

In the age of the internet, it takes a *lot* to sit in front of your computer mouthing ‘Jesus. Fuck. WTF’. 
But that’s what we’re doing rn, after viewing footage of a next-level-violent street brawl between a group of high school girls wielding frikkin’ MEAT CLEAVERS, carving knives and baseball bats on a suburban Sydney street yesterday. 
The all-in fight is believed to have involved students from Thomas Reddall High School in Sydney‘s Campbelltown, and went down at Jiniwin Place in nearby Ambarvale while allegedly being live-streamed on Facebook (it’s since been taken down, but the video’s below if you’re so inclined).

Up to five girls can be seen circling each other, weapons in-hand, before exchanging blows until they hit the ground to the cheers of onlookers.
The girls continue to pull each other’s hair, kick, scream bloody murder etc, while 30 to 40 onlookers egg them on in the background.
NSW Police rushed to the scene of the fight at around 5pm and were able to break it up, arresting a 17-year-old girl and charging her with a number of offences, including affray, assaulting police and resisting arrest.
She was released from Campbelltown Police Station on conditional bail but is due to face the children’s court on Feb 29. 
In the meantime, police are keen to hear from anyone else who witnessed the fight so, if you have any info, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 
Luckily no one was seriously injured in the brawl but it could have been a lot worse.
Source and photo: 9 News.