Disturbing footage shows feral ‘fight clubs’ in Australian schools where kids launch sickening one-punch attacks and then boast about it on TikTok
- A clip shows a group of teenage girls punching another female student
- A girl was choked and slammed to the ground as students gathered to watch
- Schools at the centre include Staughton College and Melton Secondary College
Shocking footage has surfaced showing Melbourne school students taking part in ‘fight clubs’ where kids violently attack each other before posting videos of the brawls on social media.
One clip on TikTok shows a group of teenage girls punching and pulling the hair of another female student.
In another video, a girl was choked and slammed to the pavement as dozens of students gathered around to watch.
One clip shows a group of teenage girls punching and pulling the hair of another female student
Another video showed a group of male students pushing and shoving each other while others egged them on
A third video showed a group of male students pushing and shoving each other while others egged them on.
Several TikTok accounts encourage youths to film the brawls and send footage in to be uploaded to the platform, The Herald Sun reports.
‘If anyone got any [school name] fights send them through,’ a TikTok post read.
Concerned community members contacted David Reynolds, the principal of Melton Secondary College – just one of the schools where students are reportedly involved in similar fights, who said he would work with police to identify the students involved.
A spokesman from the Department of Education said it is in contact with Victoria Police to put an end to the violence.
‘Any form of violence or bullying in our schools is completely unacceptable. Schools take strong disciplinary action where appropriate,’ the spokesman said.
‘It can be the case that conflicts that occur outside schools spill into the school environments across all sectors.’
Several TikTok accounts encourage youths to film the shocking scenes and ‘send in fights’ to be uploaded to the platform
Last year it was revealed students at Geelong Grammar, one of Australia’s most prestigious schools, were involved in an organised fight club inside one of its boarding houses.
The co-ed Anglican school told parents ‘many’ students in the Cuthbertson boys’ boarding house joined in on ‘boxing bouts’ after the lights went out.
It’s understood fights in the boarding house were a tradition in the school, which was founded in 1855.
Participants would place pillows and mattresses on the floor to act as a ‘boxing ring’ for the fights.