November 4, 2018
The newspapers are referring to the culprits as “Africans” and “an African gang.”
While certainly an improvement over “teens” and “juveniles,” they really need to start using the most historically accurate term: roving bands of Negro youths.
An African gang attacked a group of chefs outside an exclusive restaurant, who fought their way to safety with a shovel.
A 23-year-old man was assaulted by a group of up to 15 men outside Donovans in St Kilda, Melbourne on Thursday night.
A witness said he saw the brawl scenes spill out onto the road as he drove past the Donovans restaurant at about 10pm.
Speaking to 3AW Mornings on Friday, the witness called John said he thought he was watching a Halloween stunt and was forced to swerve to avoid hitting those involved.
He said: ‘I saw a man wearing chef’s gear and he was swinging this shovel around trying to protect himself from around 10 to 15 black Africans.’
John added he saw another group of about 10 Africans standing in the car park as he looked back, half of which were girls.
The wife of a Donovan’s worker told The Herald Sun six of the African youths attacked chefs who had just finished their shifts with metal poles they had hidden inside their clothing.
She said one worker was so badly beaten his skull could be seen.
One of the victims.