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It does not look like a racial attack (despite whatever comments are posted here). This is a robbery by a group of ####s, with poor educational attainment and most likely intoxicated and unplanned. The reason I think this is the case is that they did this on a train. The police, not suprisingly, apprehended all suspects just 15 minutes after the attack. Additionally, they went for a caucasian girl first, if we believe the report. More than likely, they intimidated a number of people on that train before the final attack on the Chinese.
Wolli Creek is very near the airport, in the south of Sydney. Living in a flight path is not fun. This is a low class area. The 18 year olds must go to a Kogarah magistrates court, and Kogarah is nearby to Wolli Creek. So my guess is that they live in the area and picked up the girls.
The girls are summonsed to Port Kembla, so presumably they live south of Wollongong, which is south of Sydney. Likewise, Unanderra is midway between Wollongong and Port Kembla, so the girl who is going to that court is likely mates with the 2 going to Port Kembla.
Two things don't make sense so far.
"They wanted money so we gave them money. But then a caucasian woman sitting opposite told the robbers she just broken up with her boyfriend who had taken her purse," the student wrote.
"She pointed to us and shouted to the robbers: 'Rob them, they are Chinese, they are rich'."
The sequence of events here, as stated, is that the money was *already* handed over.
"My friend tried to wipe blood off his mouth, but one caucasian woman among them even took out a sanitary napkin from her pants to block his mouth," he wrote.
Assuming she did take out a napkin, the more likely explanation is that she wanted to wipe it on the victim's mouth rather than "block" it. The motivation is equally repulsive, but I just don't see why she would want to block the mouth.
Also, considering that the reporter says "one caucasian woman amongst them", then it sounds like this was a mix of races. My guess at this point would be some middle eastern given the use of the expression "dogs".