DRAMATIC footage has emerged of a punch-up between two women on the side of the road in western Sydney.

The vision posted to social media by a passing commuter shows two women, a blonde and a brunette, swinging punches and grabbing each other's hair on Thursday night.

The fight starts on Castlereagh Rd in Penrith in peak hour traffic when one of the women wrestles the other to the ground, one losing her shirt during the brawl.

One of the women lost their shirt during the brawl.. Picture: Facebook/Khan Evan
One of the women lost their shirt during the brawl.. Picture: Facebook/Khan Evan

The pair can be heard swearing at each other, one repeatedly yelling "f**k off c**t".

Horrified commuters passing by can be heard yelling at the pair to stop the fight, honking their horns.

One man in an orange high-vis vest stands by and watches the altercation, making no attempt to break up the savage fight.

The pair brawled during peak hour traffic.. Picture: Facebook/Khan Evan
The pair brawled during peak hour traffic.. Picture: Facebook/Khan Evan

The video was posted to Facebook last night with the caption: "Two two sheilas having a dig on Castlereagh Rd this evening."

It has now been shared over 100 times, and has received over 1000 comments.

Another man gets out of his car and tries to intervene, yelling "stop it" and "break it up", but the two women ignore him.

No report was made to police at the time, and no current investigation is underway.

But a police spokesman told The Daily Telegraph if anyone has any information about the women involved to please contact Penrith police.


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