On Thursday, January 4th, a gang of 100 youths, described as having a “caucasian appearance”, went riot and attacked police cars, with one police officer hit in the face with a glass bottle.
This attach occured in the beachside resort town of Torquay, on Victoria’s western coast. The story was reported in the Geelong Advertiser, but received little attention anywhere else.
Meanwhile, the rest of Victoria debates about an “African crime wave”, despite the Victorian crime rate continuing to recede under a Labor government criticised for being soft on crime. That coming from a man who dined on a lobster dinner with Mafia mobsters, of course.