A massive brawl involving about 70 people outside a southwest Sydney home has led to two teenagers and a man being charged and two police being injured.
When officers arrived at the Bradbury home on Friday night a man, 26, allegedly walked at police brandishing an iron bar and swearing.
After he was arrested and detained in a police van, an 18-year-old man ran from the house and tried to tackle a constable.
“He was subdued and arrested before being placed in a police van,” police said.
Police then tried to disperse the crowd and when a boy, 17, refused to move on after several orders attempts were made to arrest him.
“He allegedly punched two constables and bit a male constable on the thumb,” police said.
“Officers will also allege the 17-year-old kicked his legs at officers and spat on them while in the police van.”
He was subdued with capsicum spray and taken to Campbelltown police station with the two other males.
Police charged the teen with failing to comply with move along, two counts of assaulting police and two counts of resisting arrest.
He is due before children’s court in late June.
The 26-year-old was fined and the 18-year-old was given a future court attendance notice.