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A huge brawl by gangs of young women has been captured on video as witnesses say the gangs are "fighting every night".
The footage of the fight on Bachelor's Walk boardwalk in Dublin from Friday night show groups throw punches and kicks, according to Dublin Live.
Meanwhile people walking past got out their cameras and filmed the punch-up, while others made their way home.
Two women attacked another woman from behind and appeared to rip out her hair extensions before leaving her in the ground.
One woman in her 20s was later arrested and charged.
A resident said that one of the gangs has been in the area on recent weekends looking for trouble.
One woman has been arrested after the latest brawl
On one occasion a woman was left unconscious. "They are fighting every night", one person said.
"Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. That was Friday night.
"They left a girl here unconscious last weekend. They were back the next day and someone punched another girl and her head hit the road really hard and she was just laying there for a while.
"Then they all run away, the girl stood up and walked away with her friend.
"Then the group came back later and didn't let the neighbours sleep until 4am."
A witness said the women fight in the area regularly
Police said a woman in her 20s has been arrested and charged
Irish police, known as Gardai, said one woman was arrested and brought to Store Street Garda police station.
The Garda statement read: "Gardaí attended the scene of an alleged assault at Batchelor’s Walk on the evening of the 18 June 2021.
"A woman in her 20s was arrested and conveyed to Store Street Garda Station.
"She has since been charged and is scheduled to appear before the courts at a later date."