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On Tuesday morning, a woman can hit a severely pregnant victim on Wentworth Avenue in inland Sydney in an alleged, unprovoked attack

Woman allegedly hitting a pregnant woman against a pole of power in an unprovoked attack because she & # 39; accidentally walked between her and her boyfriend while they were arguing & # 39;

  • The pregnant woman was attacked because she was walking among the rowing couple
  • Olivia Mahe is said to have beaten her, pulled her hair and rammed her into a pole
  • A police officer on duty and a passer-by intervened to save a pregnant woman
  • A woman was accused of mistreatment and the unborn baby was unharmed
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A heavily pregnant woman allegedly beaten and rammed into a powerful pole in a brutal, unprovoked attack was the target because she was walking among a rowing couple.

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Olivia Mahe is accused of having hit the victim, who is seven months pregnant, because she was walking between her and her partner while they were arguing.

The couple fought on Wentworth Avenue, in Surry Hills, on Tuesday morning at 9 a.m., when Mrs. Mahe reportedly hit the victim in the head as she passed.

The woman, on her way to work, was then pushed to the ground and to the ground and repeatedly punched.

It is claimed that Mrs. Mahe, from Mount Druitt, then pulled her hair and rammed her into a pole.

Security equipment shows the victim, 26, holding her stomach as she falls to the ground.

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A police officer and a passerby can be seen running to save the woman, stopping the horrific attack.

Mrs. Mahe was restrained by the police officer and taken into custody.

Chief Inspector Adam Johnson described the incident as a & # 39; totally unprovoked, unfounded, unnecessary attack & # 39; Daily telegram reported.

On Tuesday morning, a woman can hit a severely pregnant victim on Wentworth Avenue in inland Sydney in an alleged, unprovoked attack

On Tuesday morning, a woman can hit a severely pregnant victim on Wentworth Avenue in inland Sydney in an alleged, unprovoked attack

The pregnant woman falls to the ground while a passerby (in black) can intervene to wrest the alleged attacker away from the victim
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The pregnant woman falls to the ground while a passerby (in black) can intervene to wrest the alleged attacker away from the victim

The pregnant woman falls to the ground while a passerby (in black) can intervene to wrest the alleged attacker away from the victim

& # 39; The lady is currently being observed, she has bruises and swellings on her face and she has also lost a lock of hair. & # 39;

The victim's husband praised the two Good Samaritans as & # 39; heroes & # 39; because they had helped his wife, and said their unborn baby was unharmed after the brutal attack.

& # 39; We thank the Surry Hills police for their help, the medical team at the RPA hospital for their ongoing care and the first responders & # 39 ;, said the man in a statement to 2GB.

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A woman was arrested and taken to the Surry Hills police station, where she was accused of mistreatment.

She was denied the police bail and appeared on Tuesday in the Central Court of Justice, where she was taken into pre-trial detention.

The alleged attacker was lured into the trap by an off-duty probation officer (in purple) who happened to drop by during the incident

The alleged attacker was lured into the trap by an off-duty probation officer (in purple) who happened to drop by during the incident

The alleged attacker was lured into the trap by an off-duty probation officer (in purple) who happened to drop by during the incident

The pregnant woman was taken to the hospital for a medical assessment.

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Senior Surry Hills Police praised the actions of the passer-by and the intervening police officer.

& # 39; The citizen did not hesitate to come to the rescue of the pregnant woman and we praise his bravery, & # 39; said Detective Adam Johnson.

& # 39; We also want to praise the prompt response of the probation officer who saved the woman from further damage. & # 39;

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