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Australia Girl chases down shoppers with a knife, slashes two

23:49  08 december  2019
23:49  08 december  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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THIS is the dramatic moment a 6ft woman armed with a "foot-long knife " chased a terrified shopper down a busy street. Chilling CCTV footage shows the chased man looking back in horror as his pursuer chases him through Barnsley, South Yorks., waving a gigantic blade.

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an empty road with a building in the background: The 12-year-old allegedly stabbed two people in City Beach at Cairns Central.© Cairns Central/Facebook The 12-year-old allegedly stabbed two people in City Beach at Cairns Central. A 12-year-old girl has been accused of chasing a group of shoppers with a knife, before slashing two people in the arm at a Cairns surf shop.

Police will allege the young girl spat on an officer after she was taken into custody.

According to the arresting officers, the girl "became aggressive towards a group of girls known to her" outside Cairns Central shopping centre on Sunday afternoon.

"It is further alleged she then produced a knife and chased the group, who fled into a nearby retail store," a police statement read.

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Creepy clown with a knife chases down 2 teenagers.

Gyung Bae Kwak, an editor at South Korean gaming site Daily Game, is in the hospital after being slashed with a knife after chasing down an alleged The artery and six nerves in Kwak’s right arm were severed. Even after seven hours of surgery, he will need two years of physical therapy, and

The girl allegedly chased one in the group, a 16-year-old girl, behind the counter in City Beach and began stabbing her in the arm.

A bystander, who attempted to intervene and tear the two girls from one another, was also slashed across the arm.

She then fled the store and was captured by the police, before spitting in an officer's face.

The Manunda girl has been charged with wounding, assault, possession of a knife and serious assault of a police officer by spitting.

She was also charged with a further two counts of stealing.

The 16-year-old girl and 47-year-old woman were both treated for non-life threatening injuries.

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