There’s been more trouble in Mandurah’s notorious Smart Street Mall, after a wild brawl broke out early this morning.
Just days after two men attacked an elderly market stall holder in the mall with fruit, vision has emerged of up to 20 people engaging in a violent attack.
In the vision, one man is attacked while on the ground before punches start flying nearby.
“Someone picked up a schooner and threw that at someone else and violently attacked them,” witness Braydan Trevena told 7NEWS.
“I just thought it was disgraceful. People shouldn't have to do that. People shouldn't have to come out the club and start fights in front of our community down there.”
Nearby businesses say they are fed up with the ongoing violence in the strip but Premier Mark McGowan believes the violence isn’t just limited to Mandurah.
“I would not suggest Mandurah has a problem worse than anywhere else,” he said.
“I went to that nightclub 25 years ago, so I'm aware of the area".
The Smart Street Mall has a chequered violent past in recent years.
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A 21-year-old man had to be rushed to hospital after he was stabbed in the Smart Street Mall on June 16. The Meadow Springs man was alleged attacked by a 20-year-old outside a nightclub.
Earlier this year, a young electrician who threw a brick at another man’s head during a fight in the same mall was jailed for at least nine months. The brutal fight, which was captured on CCTV in April last year, involved several people who have already been fined or jailed for their roles in the violent attack.
Two Melbourne tourists also fronted court in 2018 after allegedly attacking a woman and knocking her to the ground in the mall.
Witnesses say the pair had been refused entry into the nightclub moments before the attack.
And a 23-year-old man was bashed after a fight broke out between two groups of people at the Smart Street Mall in December 2017.
A 27-year-old Halls Head man was charged over that assault.