Mob of women armed with hammers and golf clubs storm house in brutal attack

The alleged incident occurred in the Finglas area of ​​Dublin, with some sources claiming it was a planned ambush. One victim was beaten with hammers, golf clubs, and even socks filled with snooker balls

A group of women stormed a house armed with hammers and golf clubs (

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A group of women armed with hammers and golf clubs allegedly stormed a house in north Dublin on Friday evening.

The alleged incident occurred in the Finglas area of ​​the Irish capital, with some sources claiming it was a planned ambush.

In the attack, one victim was beaten with hammers, golf clubs and even socks filled with snooker balls. Dublin Live reported.

It is also understood that a small child was beaten with eggs when the door was opened.

A woman came out to stop the attack and the mob then responded to her.

The footage of the incident shows at least four women surrounding the helpless victim and launching an attack on them.

The Gardai police were at the scene of the accident
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The woman was allegedly dragged to the ground between two cars before being repeatedly kicked, beaten and beaten with guns.

It is estimated that the first attack lasted more than 30 seconds.

Then a woman reportedly hit the victim ten times with a hammer before the mob could escape.

However, two women stayed at the scene and kicked the victim who was lying on the ground.

The couple then left the area and the woman stood up and tried to chase the mob that had since run away.

Gardai police said officers were at the scene and spoke to those present.

The investigation into the alleged attack continues, although the police have not received a report.

A police spokesman said: “Gardaí received a report on Friday evening, October 22, 2021, of an alleged attack on Rathoath Avenue, Finglas, Dublin 11. Gardaí was at the scene and spoke to those present.

“No complaints received and no criminal offenses reported. Investigations are ongoing.”

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