Freedomroo – Shocking footage shows a man brutally stomping on another’s head – but NO arrests have been made

Phone camera footage showed a wild street brawl in South Melbourne last Saturday morning, including a shocking attack on a vulnerable man lying on Cecil Street

Disturbing footage emerges of a man brutally stomping on another man’s head as he lays motionless in the middle of a road – but no one has been arrested over the violent street brawl

  • Video of a wild street brawl in South Melbourne shot on a mobile phone
  • A vulnerable man had his head stomped on while another was also attacked
  • Victoria Police are appealing for information and any further video clips
  • GRAPHIC WARNING 

Shocking mobile phone footage shows the moment a man has his head stamped on while lying motionless in the middle of the road after a violent street brawl. 

The video shows the aftermath of an altercation that began inside the Albion Rooftop bar on York Street in South Melbourne last Saturday morning, before spilling out into mob violence on Cecil Street.

In the clip a man laying still on the road is punched in the head and then kicked and stamped on so violently his body appears to bounce from the impact.

Several other men kick and punch another man while at least two individuals film the brutal scene on their phones.

Remarkably Victoria Police say nobody was seriously injured – but they are appealing for witnesses.

‘Investigators were told up to 10 males were involved in a fight on Cecil Street after they were ejected following an altercation within a licensed premises on York Street at about 2.20am,’ a Victoria Police statement said.

In the clip a man laying still on the road is punched in the head and then kicked and stamped on so violently his body appears to bounce from the impact

Phone camera footage shows a wild street brawl in South Melbourne last Saturday morning, including a shocking attack on a vulnerable man lying on Cecil Street

‘It is believed two men in their twenties were assaulted and were conveyed to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.’

Police confirmed they want to hear from anyone with information – including further footage relating to the incidents – and that no arrests have yet been made.

Police said information can be supplied confidentially to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or www.crimestoppersvic.com.au 

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