Melbourne girl gangs including Pretty B*tches Only are wreaking havoc some ...

Eastside Gang Members and Pretty B****es Only: How ultra-violent girl gangs are responsible for terrifying new crime wave across Melbourne Girl gangs with members as young as 14 have been wreaking havoc on locals The young girls will threaten people on the street and steal from shopping malls They also use Instagram and to organise street fights and share them   Girls aged 10 to 19 committed 7,182 alleged criminal incidents in Victoria in 2019

By Shive Prema For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:36 BST, 2 June 2020 | Updated: 02:36 BST, 2 June 2020

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Girl gangs with members as young as 14 have been harassing strangers, stealing alcohol and electronics, and brawling on the streets of Melbourne.   

'Pretty B****es Only' and 'Eastside Gang Members' are the two all-female groups wreaking havoc in Dandenong in the city's southeast. 

One video circulating online shows two girls fighting while more girls surround them, also throwing punches and recording the fight at Dandenong's Halpin Way.

The gangs use Instagram and to organise brawls, robberies and other crimes as well as boast about their exploits, according to The Leader. 

Two girls punch each other during a fight organised by a teenage girl gang at Halpin Way in Dandenong in Melbourne's southeast

Two girls punch each other during a fight organised by a teenage girl gang at Halpin Way in Dandenong in Melbourne's southeast

A 16-year-old boy was threatened by a Dandenong girl gang on his way back from school and later sent more menacing messages on Instagram.  

Messages a girl gang member sent a 16-year-old boy after threatening him on the way back from school

Messages a girl gang member sent a 16-year-old boy after threatening him on the way back from school  

'We were sent a barrage of abusive messages, with one of the girls saying they were going to smash my whole house up and hurt my family and that

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