Footage of twin brothers attacking two strangers in a karaoke bar has been described by a judge as “horrific” and “savage.”
With a mob of friends, the men beat the strangers in a relentless attack.
Four young men have now been jailed for the brutal violence, but are preparing to walk free on bail.
In June 2017, Frank Malu and Don Sa’u walked into Dynasty Karaoke in Haymarket, Sydney.
Inside, copious amounts of alcohol had been consumed and spirits were high.
But when the strangers were lured into the private room by the sound of pulsating music, they were met with fists, clearly outnumbered by twins Mohamed and Adel al-Shammari and their mates Ali Younes and Saad Jaber.
As one victim tries to leave, he is pinned against the wall with nowhere to hide.
In less than a minute, the victims have suffered a fractured jaw, broken nose and bruising.
The CCTV vision shows a scene the magistrate called “horrific” and “truly awful … unrelenting and savage.”
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Five months later and 25 kilometres away, the twins were involved in yet another brawl, this time at Event Cinemas in Parramatta.
Along with their older brother Abdelrahman, they lay into Jawad Hadid, whom they accused of shooting one of the twins at Merrylands just weeks earlier.
Four of the five men involved in the brawls have been jailed for between 13 months and two years.
They were only in their cells for few hour before they were granted bail, pending an appeal in the District Court.
That hearing will take place in the coming months.