Shocking footage shows a man brutally stomping on another’s head, but NO arrests have been made

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Disturbing images emerge of a man brutally stomping on another man’s head while lying motionless in the middle of a road – but no one has been arrested for the violent street fight

  • Video of a wild street fight in South Melbourne, taken on a cell phone
  • One vulnerable man’s head was pounded while another was also attacked
  • Victoria Police calls for information and any further video clips
  • GRAPHIC WARNING

Shocking images from cell phones show the moment when a man is stamped with his head while lying motionless in the middle of the road after a violent street fight.

The video shows the aftermath of an altercation that began last Saturday morning at the Albion Rooftop bar on York Street in South Melbourne, before culminating in a violent mob on Cecil Street.

In the clip, a man lying still on the road is punched in the head and then kicked and pounded so hard that his body seems to bounce from the impact.

Several other men kick and hit another man, while at least two people are filming the brutal scene on their phones.

Remarkably, the Victoria Police say no one was seriously injured – but they are appealing to witnesses.

Investigators were told that up to 10 men were involved in a fight on Cecil Street after they were evicted after an altercation at a licensed property on York Street at approximately 2:20 a.m.

The camera images from the phone showed a wild street fight in South Melbourne on Saturday morning, including a shocking attack on a vulnerable man lying on Cecil Street.

In the clip, a man lying still on the road is punched in the head and then kicked and pounded so hard that his body seems to bounce from the impact

In the clip, a man lying still on the road is punched in the head and then kicked and pounded so hard that his body seems to bounce from the impact

The camera images from the phone show a wild street fight in South Melbourne on Saturday morning, including a shocking attack on a vulnerable man lying on Cecil Street.

“Two men in their 20s are believed to have been assaulted and taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.”

Police have confirmed that they would like to hear information from everyone – including further footage related to the incidents – and that no arrests have yet been made.

Police said information can be provided confidentially to Crime Stoppers at 1800333000 or www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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