Violent scenes at Sydney’s Easter Show as gangs of young eshays run riot

Violent scenes at Sydney’s Easter Show as gangs of young eshays run riot – clashing with cops, kicking security guards and brawling in front of horrified families

  • Dozens of teenagers were filmed by onlookers running away from police officers
  • One young man, who shouted ‘retaliation is a must’ was escorted out by police
  • A group of at least 10 men were seen brawling in the middle of the footpath
  • NSW Police is investigating the brawl, but said no charges have been laid yet
  • A third video showed a police officer pointing his mace at a group of out youths

Gangs of youths have wreaked havoc on Sydney’s Royal Easter Show after clashing with police, kicking security guards and brawling in front of small children.

Dozens of teenagers were filmed by onlookers running away from cops in a video uploaded to TikTok titled ‘Easter SHow or back to back UFC rounds?’

One young man was escorted out by at least five officers while saying: ‘I didn’t f**king do anything’.

A group of at least 10 men were seen brawling in the middle of the footpath inside the showground

Gangs of youths have wreaked havoc on the final night of Sydney’s Royal Easter Show

A third video taken by another bystander showed a police officer pointing his mace at a group of out of control youths

A third video taken by another bystander showed a police officer pointing his mace at a group of out of control youths

He was then heard shouting ‘retaliation is a must,’ the opening lyric to Mount Druitt hip-hop group OneFour’s song The Message.

Passersby who filmed the incident shouted at and taunted police as they led the boy out of the event.

In another shocking video, a group of at least 10 men were seen brawling on the middle of the promenade inside the showground.

The teens – clad in bum bags, Nike TNs and Nautica caps – pushed, shoved, stomped on and kicked each other while horrified families watched the carnage.

A third video taken by another bystander showed a police officer pointing his mace at a group of out of control youths.

NSW Police is investigating the all-in brawl, but said no charges have been laid yet.

The incident is the second time chaos descended on this year’s Easter Show.

Last week a gang of ‘eshays’ donning their trademark designer sportswear started a violent brawl in front of children.

One young man was escorted out by at least five officers

He shouted: 'I didn't f**king do anything' while being led away from the showground

The teen was then heard shouting ‘retaliation is a must,’ the opening lyric to Mount Druitt hip-hop group OneFour’s song The Message

The young men chased each other through the busy crowds and began to throw punches.

One teenager wearing a white t-shirt and a designer bumbag fighting another youth in a black sweatshirt was quickly interrupted by a burly onlooker.

The man calmly approached the brawling teens and pulled them apart, as others filmed the altercation on their phones from a safer distance.

The disturbing incident was also uploaded to TikTok, with many viewers criticising the men for inciting violence at a family venue.

‘That’s just selfish, there’s little kids and families there at that show and you all want to act like big shots’, one wrote.

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