New footage of a man allegedly beaten in a cemetery has been shared on social media, claiming it was not the first time he had been attacked.
Police were called to Bushmead and Mylor Streets, near Nerang Cemetery, at 1.30pm on Thursday following reports of an altercation between five men.
A woman, who said she was the victim’s sister, posted a photo of the man beaten, bruised and on life support at Gold Coast University Hospital.
“This is my brother on life support,” the woman wrote on Facebook.
The victim’s sister shared a photo on Facebook of the man in his 40s on life support at Gold Coast University Hospital.
“These guys have been going after him for years. 4 to one.
“My brother suffered brain damage following an accident 30 years ago. These bullshit like to attack a person with a head injury and in packs like a bunch of mongrel dogs,” she continued.
“Our family feels like it’s déjà vu going through this again.”
The victim’s sister responded to well-wishers in the comments, writing “this is the second time (sic) I’ve seen my brother in this state… Only this time it (sic) happened because of weekly (sic) individuals who think of their (sic) humans.
A crime scene has been established at Nerang Cemetery following an altercation on Thursday afternoon between five men.
Two men were allegedly attacked during the incident.
The man in his 40s suffered serious head injuries and was taken to hospital in a critical condition, a Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson confirmed.
A man in his fifties, injured in the head, is in stable condition.
A Queensland Police spokesperson confirmed no complaints had been made at this time.
Further investigations are underway.