Police have arrested two more men after a huge brawl broke out at a south Auckland supermarket.
Four men have now been arrested in total in relation to the incident, which saw several people throwing punches in the aisles of Pak’nSave Mangere on Tuesday night.
A 29-year-old man from Mangere has been charged with assault with intent to injure and disorderly behaviour likely to cause violence.
A police spokesman said he would be appearing in the Manukau District Court on Wednesday.
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An 18-year-old male has been referred to the Community Justice Panel.
These arrests follow two announced on Thursday.
Police said a 17-year-old Mangere local was charged with assault and disorder and would be appearing in Manukau District Court in November.
And another 18-year-old man was also referred to the Community Justice Panel.
A number of videos of the fracas were posted and widely shared online.
Eye-witness Mealepu Oseisi said at the time: “Everyone just stopped what they were doing and all came to see what the commotion was about.
“Children were everywhere while their mothers were trying to stop the rumble,” she added.
A police spokesman said officers were called to the incident around 9.20pm, but the majority of people had dispersed before police arrived.
Head of External Relations at Foodstuffs NZ, Antoinette Laird, said the store’s security team were “quick to step in” and break it up, and said it was over “very quickly”.