Wild fight erupts at a BP gas station with one man handling a huge kitchen knife – before offering an extraordinary explanation for carrying the weapon
- The fight took place on Tuesday-evening at the BP in Bankstown, West Sydney
- Two men, one of whom waved a knife, would have lured three young people into ambush
- An 18 year old was reportedly cornered by Tyson Faye, 19, and Lahai Boima, 26
A wild fight broke out at a BP gas station with a man waving a huge kitchen knife because he was & # 39; on the point of cutting onions & # 39 ;.
The fight began on Tuesday evening at about 6.45 p.m. at the Chapel Street service station in Bankstown, in southwest Sydney.
One shirtless man and another brandishing a knife would have lured three young people into an ambush at the gas station.
The two alleged attackers hit and kicked the victim (in the red shirt), with a kitchen knife visible in the hand of one of the attackers (right)
An 18-year-old man was reportedly cornered by Tyson Faye, 19, and Lahai Boima, 26, before he could handle bumps and kicks
The incident broke out when two men – caught on CCTV – approached a group of three friends outside the gas station.
The three men run away quickly, with an 18-year-old man hiding behind a car before being cornered seconds later.
The two alleged attackers are then caught on camera punching and kicking him, with a kitchen knife clearly visible in the hand of one.
Dozens of police were on the spot quickly.
Tyson Faye, 19, and Lahai Boima, 26, were arrested and taken to Bankstown police station.
Faye was accused of destruction, frequent mistreatment and breach of the bail.
Boima was accused of treason, frequent mistreatment and armed with the intention of committing a crime.
Both men appeared on Wednesday at Bankstown Local Court, where they were given bail.
& # 39; I just went next door to borrow a knife to start cooking, just to cut the onions … I had the knife in my pocket, but then they started a fight … I had to do what I had to do, & Boima told reporters out of court.
Alleged attacker Lahai Boima, 26, told reporters that he had the knife to cut & # 39; onions & # 39;
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news