Secondary school girls arrested after bloody fight in Nukuʻalofa

Dozens of school girls were taken in a Police van yesterday after a bloody brawl broke out in Nukuʻalofa.

The fight was between Queen Salote College and Tonga High School girls.

Police arrived at the scene and the girls were questioned.

The fight caught on camera and was uploaded to Facebook last night.

Some photos showed girls with bloody faces.

A number of speculations were made on social media about the cause of the brawl with some Facebook users claiming the girls were fighting over a boy.

Some Facebook users claimed it was all started with exchanges of comments and posts by the girls on Facebook.

We could not be able to confirm the claims.

Attempts by Kaniva News to speak to the Nukuʻalofa Acting Police Superindentend who was in charge of the case  was unsuccessful.

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