The 14-year-old teenager suffers from serious facial injuries after being hit by a notorious gang known as the & # 39; Greater West 2770 & # 39; outside of a McDonald's
- He was beaten outside of Quakers Hill McDonald & # 39; s in West Sydney on Saturday
- Several gang members from Greater West beat him up and stole his bumbag and hat
- One of the men then ran into the McDonald & # 39; s and called & # 39; Greater West 2770 & # 39;
- The victim got bruises on his cheeks and his chin was bleeding
- The police have set up a strike force to combat the increasing hostility in gangs in West Sydney
A 14-year-old boy suffered serious facial injuries after being hit by a notorious gang outside a McDonald's, while the hostility between the gangs in West Sydney reached the boiling point.
The teenager was beaten up and robbed by gang members who saturday & evening & # 39; Greater West 2770 & # 39; shouted at Quaker & # 39; s Hill McDonald & # 39; s in Sydney, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The boy, whose identity remains hidden, was with friends at the fast food outlet when he was asked for a cigarette by a man who did not know him.
The gang member and his friends were about to leave before he went back to the boy for a second time.
A teenager was beaten and robbed by gang members who saturday night & # 39; Greater West 2770 & # 39; shouted at Quaker & # 39; s Hill McDonald & # 39; s in West Sydney (photo)
He pushed me and I said, "What are you doing?" I didn't do anything wrong, & the boy said.
The boy said the man then tried to hit him before he turned him around.
Several men – whom the boy described as Samoan appearance and between 18-20 years old – then stopped by and started slapping him in the face.
He said the men had stolen his Tommy Hilfiger hip bag and Gucci hat.
& # 39; I pushed them out of the way and ran into the McDonald & # 39; s. My socks were wet and I screamed "help", the boy said.
McDonald & # 39; s workers locked the boy inside to keep him safe, but a man managed to run inside and & # 39; Greater West 2770 & # 39; before he fled.
The hostility between gangs in West Sydney has reached its boiling point, causing police to set up Strike Force Imbala to combat violence against youth gangs in the region
The victim got bruises on his cheeks and his chin kept bleeding from the attack.
New South Wales police have confirmed that they are investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed so far.
The hostility between gangs in West Sydney has reached its boiling point, causing the police to set up Strike Force Imbala to combat violent youth gangs in the region.
The force was established in early July after a violent fight outside the Westfield shopping center in Parramatta.
Nine people were accused after two groups of men – two of whom had knives – blocked traffic on the busy street on June 18.
Shocking footage appeared this week of rival youth gangs modeling themselves on some of the most difficult street gangs in Los Angeles.
A video shows young people connected to the 21 District gang as they attack another group outside of Fairfield train station.
The shocking images posted on YouTube earlier this month were entitled & # 39; straight hands – no knives like OneFour the dogs & # 39 ;, a reference to rival Mount Druitt gang OneFour.
Other gangs are the Inner Western Brotherhood, which operates in the areas of Cabramatta and Gladesville.
Children from the age of 13 join gangs and are often still active in their early years & # 39; 20.
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