Wild fights, criminals armed with crowbars and knives, and silting gangs of teenagers who have amok: Inner Australia's dirtiest mall
- A series of violent incidents was filmed in a busy shopping center in Geelong
- A villain is seen holding a man in a pinch position against a wall near the stores
- Some were seen with alcoholic beverages such as bourbon in broad daylight
- Small business owners are forced to shut up because they are afraid of their safety
The police have vowed to be crackdown on a mall called the worst mall in Australia.
The Market Square shopping center, in Geelong, Victoria, has become a no-go zone for terrified locals.
So-called & # 39; mall rats & # 39; getting drunk, abusing passers-by and fighting in broad daylight.
Image material from An ongoing case shows a toothless man wielding a crowbar while shouting outside the mall.
In another scene, men start fighting at lunch while a group of girls watch shouts and shouts.
A man in sunglasses is confronted with a program and asks why he drinks bourbon in the middle of the day.
Former mayor of Geelong and media personality Darryn Lyons said there was one solution to end the constant chaos.
& # 39; Bring in the bulldozers tomorrow, & # 39; he said.
A villain is seen holding a man in a pinch position against a wall before throwing abuse to Mr. Lyons for questioning the incident
In one incident, a man with a tattooed body challenges Mr. Lyons to a fight.
And in another, a criminal is seen holding a man in a stifling stance against a wall before throwing abuse at Mr. Lyons for questioning the incident.
& # 39; None of your fucking business, Lyon! & # 39; the man is shouted audibly.
Another man was filmed fucking another while women screamed and shout with a loud mouth
In one incident a man is armed with a crowbar threatening to fight another, before shouting to the public that he has & # 39; a knife on him & # 39;
Retailers have no choice but to close their business because they are afraid of their safety.
& # 39; It intimidates other people because they start to get scared when they don't need to be scared & # 39 ;, said a store owner.
Another says they will move after they established their business in the mall more than 40 years ago.
The terrifying behavior comes after the 75-year-old older Judith Green was reportedly attacked by Cori Glencross, 23, in the same mall.
& # 39; She picked me up like a doll and threw me on the floor & # 39 ;, she told 9News.
& # 39; She looked like Hercules.
& # 39; I have a bruised face and eye and a hand that was still very bruised. & # 39;
Perhaps Glencross jerked the older woman's hair, pulled her to the ground, and kicked her twice.
Cori Glencross allegedly pulled the hair of the elderly woman, pulled her to the ground and kicked her twice
The Victorian police minister Lisa Neville said: & We are determined to work with the Victoria police, the city council, the community and merchants in Malop Street to ensure that the mall is safe for everyone. & # 39;
& # 39; Victoria Police has expanded patrols in the Geelong Mall to reassure the community and undertake a number of operations to get in touch with the community and tackle antisocial behavior. & # 39;
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