Confronting moment two Year 10 girls clash in a vicious schoolyard brawl after they are offered a beer by a boy to throw the first punch
- Boy seen seemingly handing a beer to a year-10 girl after throwing first punch
- Two girls from elite schools in Melbourne then break out into vicious fight
- The fight was surrounded by a large crowd of students shouting encouragement
- A number of schools in the area have told students to stay away from the area
Alarming footage has emerged of a vicious fight between two private school girls after a boy was seen offering a girl a beer to throw the first punch.
The incident occurred on February 19, involving two Year 10 students from Melbourne Girls College and Strathcona Girls Grammar, the video has since gone viral.
The brawl on Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn, showed a large crowd of girls and boys as they watched and cheered while the fight unfolded.
Initially, the girls are chatting before one in a navy blue check uniform slaps the other in a royal blue check uniform.
A boy then appears to give the navy blue uniformed girl a drink before she nonchalantly turns away.
The girl who was slapped puts down her bag before she goes to hit the other, it is then when they girls begin to wrestle.
A girl in a navy blue check uniform was given a drink after she threw the first punch
One of the students involved attended Melbourne Girls College (pictured)
The crowd of students encourage the fighting with shouting and encouragement. One student is heard yelling, ‘go Greta, get in there!’
Eventually the brawlers hit the ground when spectating girls attempt to separate the fighting students while the boys yelled and appeared to encourage the fight.
The Herald Sun reported that Strathcona Girls Grammar sent a letter to parents saying: ‘Regrettably, an unprovoked physical altercation occurred between one of our students and girls from other schools.’
Glenferrie Road is a popular spot for students from in area to meet up after school however, the fight has forced a number of schools to urge their students to stay away from the area.
Strathcona Girls Grammar (pictured) sent a letter to parents calling the incident: ‘an unprovoked physical altercation’
The girls continued to wrestle before they fell to the ground where they were separated
The large amount of student traffic through Glenferrie Road means that traders in area were, ‘upset that schools were telling students to stay away from the area’ according to the Herald Sun.
Both schools were contacted but no comment was made at the time of publication.