A MAN has been bludgeoned with a rock and a woman has had several teeth knocked out in a savage assault at a house in Brisbane overnight.
Police said two women became embroiled in an argument with a 41-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman at a house in Inala shortly after 10pm before the two women left the address.
The pair allegedly returned to the Lorikeet Street home a short time later with “some male associates”, police said.
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One of the women then allegedly instructed the group of males to attack the man she’d been arguing with.
It’s alleged the group used a metal pole, rock and chain to brutally beat the 41-year-old man while one of the two women allegedly launched a savage attack on the the 19-year-old female.
The woman is accused of viciously head-butting the 19-year-old and repeatedly punching her in the face.
The two victims managed to escape and run away from the house in search for help.
The 41-year-old man was eventually transported to Princess Alexandra Hospital where he was treated for a serious head wound, while the 19-year-old sustained a number of broken teeth.
Police attended the Lorikeet Street home and arrested a 24-year-old woman. She was taken to hospital with a head injury before she was taken to the local police station and charged.
The 24-year-old was due to front Richlands Magistrates Court today, charged with one count each of assault causing bodily harm, acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm and enter premises with intent.