Man charged after wild brawl in Sydney’s south

Police have charged a man following an alleged brawl in Sydney’s south last week.

Emergency services were called to the Grand Parade in Brighton-Le-Sands last Thursday at around 11pm after a large fight broke out between a group of men outside a restaurant.

Police have been told three men, who were walking along the footpath, approached another group of three men who were eating at a restaurant, and became involved in a physical altercation.


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It’s alleged punches and kicks were thrown during the brawl, with some of the men using restaurant chairs as weapons.

One man, who had been knocked unconscious during the brawl, was spoken to by police and ambulance paramedics at the time but he declined any treatment.

Following investigations, detectives arrested a 25-year-old man in Sans Souci about 4.30pm on Sunday.

Officers conducted a search of the man’s vehicle and allegedly located and seized 150 vials of steroids.

A search warrant was also executed at a home in Sans Souci, where police allegedly seized a number of personal items and mobile phones.

The man was taken to St George Police Station and charged with affray and possess prohibited drug.

He has been granted conditional bail to appear in Sutherland Local Court on 21 January 2016.

Police would still like to speak to a number of men who may be able to assist with their inquiries.

Investigations are ongoing.

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