Brisbane bus brawl route 100: Baby in the middle of fight between two women

Shocking moment a massive brawl erupts on a packed bus between several women including one who’s holding a BABY

  • Savage brawl breaks out between passengers on a suburban Brisbane city bus 
  • One woman involved in the brawl had a crying baby strapped to her chest
  • The baby emerged unharmed while the driver and a passenger broke up melee
  • Brisbane city bus routes are becoming so violent drivers fear working on them 

A baby was dragged into a savage brawl that broke out on a by bus as screeching female passengers exchanged furious blows in front of terrified commuters.

Footage shows the fight erupting on Brisbane’s notorious route 100 as two women and a man scuffle in the bus’s mid standing section.

A woman with a pink backpack is seen raining blows on another female who has a baby strapped to her chest, and also striking at another man.

A baby was caught up in a furious brawl that erupted between passengers on a suburban Brisbane bus

A baby was caught up in a furious brawl that erupted between passengers on a suburban Brisbane bus

As the fight continues the woman with the baby is squashed awkwardly with one leg raised against the middle pole of the bus.

Meanwhile the driver appears to grappling with another woman near the front of the bus.

The woman then picks something up off the floor and walks back to join in the tussle in the mid-section.

She pushes backward into the woman with the pink backpack. 

The scuffle broke out in the bus's mid-section and initially involved two women and a man

The scuffle broke out in the bus’s mid-section and initially involved two women and a man

Eventually the driver and a male passenger from the back of the bus intervene to separate the furiously warring parties. 

The infant was reported to be unharmed in the incident. 

Bus union representative Tom Brown told Nine news that the 100 bus route, which the incident happened along, has become notorious among the drivers.

‘Drivers are afraid to drive the 100 route and no wonder, trouble flares up constantly,’ Mr Brown said.

Another union representative Peter Allen said that drivers are ‘sick and tired of the violence they are seeing on a daily basis.

Bus union representative Tom Brown told Nine news that the 100 bus route, which the incident happened along, has become notorious among the drivers

Bus union representative Tom Brown told Nine news that the 100 bus route, which the incident happened along, has become notorious among the drivers 

The 100 bus travels from the southeastern suburb of Forest Lake into the city.

It’s not the only suburban Brisbane route that drivers say they are seeing increasing violence on.

The 110, which travels from the south-western suburb of Inala into the city also has a bad reputation, as does the 330 route, which treks through the northern suburbs.

Improving the safety on Brisbane’s buses has turned into a buck-passing contest between the LNP-led Brisbane City Council and the Labor state government.

Both point the finger at the other one over which one is responsible for improving the safety on Brisbane buses. 

The Brisbane Labor council opposition has called for someone to own the problem. 

‘The sad fact is Brisbane city council bus drivers are not safe while they are at work,’ Labor councillor Jared Cassidy said.

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