Police say they're fed up with "young idiots" carrying knives and acting like they're playing Grand Theft Auto after a man was stabbed to death on the Gold Coast.
Raymond Harris, 27, died after being stabbed with what police described as a "Rambo knife" during a brawl on Cavill Avenue in Surfers Paradise about 9pm on Wednesday.
Police have charged 21-year-old Jarod James Miller from Tinana and 18-year-old Jye Sebastian Webb-Italia from Pimpama with murder.
Detective Superintendent Brendan Smith says police are still looking for two other men who could possibly assist with enquiries.
He says a group of "complete idiots" armed themselves and went to Cavill Avenue looking to start a confrontation with the other group.
"This is just a group of young idiots, who think it's cool to enforce their will by using knives," Det Supt Smith said.
"I can't stress it enough, I could use some more colourful language but it wouldn't hit their air, they're just complete idiots."
He said it was not a gang-related crime and he urged any one filming the brawl, which could have been dozens of people, to give their footage to police.
Det Supt Smith said after Mr Harris was killed, the attackers went to a nearby bar and assaulted the victim's friends.
"It just shows their mindset, they've just basically stabbed and killed someone in the street and then kept on their offending behaviour," he said.
Miller and Webb-Italia were later arrested in a Surfers Paradise car park.
Two other men in their group were also arrested but were later released by police without charge.
Det Supt Smith said there was a growing trend of knife crime worldwide, not just in Queensland or Australia, and urged people to stop young people from carrying knives.
He said he had "had enough" with young people carrying knives like they were in a video game and said police would come down hard on anyone caught with blades.
"It's that mindset, they honestly think that it's Grand Theft Auto (where) you get a reset button," Det Supt Smith said.
"Well it doesn't happen; there's two consequences of this: death or jail.
"There's no other outcome, it's not cool."
Miller and Webb-Italia were due to appear at the Southport Magistrates Court on Thursday.