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AUSTRALIA-STREET FIGHT
Police investigate Sydney street fight between Australian billionaire and top TV executive

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 1:43 AM EDT
SYDNEY


Police are investigating a public street brawl between one of Australia's richest businessmen and a top television executive in an exclusive Sydney beachside suburb.

News Corp reportedly paid more than $200,000 for pictures of the fight between casino mogul James Packer and his longtime friend David Gyngell, chief executive of Nine Entertainment, outside Packer's luxury apartment at Bondi Beach on Sunday afternoon.

The pictures of the pair throwing punches and grappling with each other on the ground were published in newspapers across Australia on Tuesday.

New South Wales state police said they were investigating the melee and appealed for any witnesses to come forward.

Nine Network television broadcast a statement in which it said its 47-year-old boss, Gyngell, accepted blame for the fight.










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