Teens charged over Sydney high-rise egging

Tiffanie Turnbull
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Two teenagers have been charged after glass bottles, eggs and coconuts were thrown at cars and pedestrians from a high-rise building in Sydney's west.

Police were called to an apartment building on Church Street in Parramatta about 9pm on Thursday after reports projectiles had been thrown at vehicles and pedestrians.

Officers arrived to find broken bottles, potatoes, fruit, eggs and coconuts on the roadway near the apartment building.

The alleged offenders then turned their aim at police, flinging rocks at them from a 15th-storey apartment but narrowly missing.

The two young men, aged 18 and 19, were arrested soon after and charged with a string of offences including common assault and throwing missiles at police executing their duty.

They were granted conditional bail to appear before Parramatta Local Court on February 24.