Teens sentenced to detention for crashing a wedding party

Three teenagers have been condemned to detention following an attack on invitees at a wedding party in Perth previous year. A bunch of youths aged between thirteen and sixteen years of age, gatecrashed a marriage ceremony at Point Walter cafe in Bicton.

One of the boys asked a wedding invitee Aaron Flannery, for a cigarette and just after a fight broke out between the 2, reminding the other youths to be a part of it. Flannery was hit to the ground and was also kicked in the head by the youths but was also charged for his role in the fight.

Well, he was found guilty and also fined US$ 500. The boys also threw rocks and bricks, injuring several wedding invitees including the groom. A whole lot of people was actually assaulted and then they were taken to the hospital with bruises and lacerations to body and face.

The mishap was heard by the court and the bride and the groom had a devastating effect on them. Both suffered from extreme exhaustion. A statement also reported that she required a counseling and she literally could not bring herself to have a glance at her wedding snaps.

Judge Denis Reynolds described the incident as inexcusable mob violence and added that the youths behavior was “outrageous, and extremely dangerous” and “a gross violation of the rights of members of the community … to peaceful enjoyment”.

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