The ultimate pub fight: Incredible moment huge kangaroos BRAWL outside a hotel as a crowd of furry spectators watch on
- The fight was captured by an onlooker outside John Forrest Tavern near Perth
- The kangaroos were seen standing on their hind legs while throwing punches
- Two sparring kangaroos garnered an audience of other intrigued marsupials
Two huge kangaroos have been caught brawling outside a pub as a crowd of entertained roos watched on.
The intense nature fight was captured by a shocked onlooker outside the John Forrest Tavern, which sits east of Perth.
‘Two male Western Grey Kangaroos fighting outside the John Forrest Tavern, could it possibly get any more Aussie than this?’ the witness captioned his video.
The two sparring kangaroos garnered an audience of other marsupials during the daylight fight
The two sparring kangaroos garnered an audience of other marsupials, who gathered around the dirt plot to witness the action.
The roos were seen standing on their hind legs and tails while staring each other down before hopping on the spot and throwing punches at each other.
The pair then locked arms and wrestled back-and-forth while balancing on their tails.
Kangaroos are known to box each other, and are able to leap up to seven metres in a single bound.
During a ‘boxing’ bout, kangaroos balance their entire body on their tails before kicking forward with their powerful legs.
Male roos are known to engage in this type of boxing as a way of determining who ‘wins’ a particular female as a mate.
The intense nature fight was captured by a shocked onlooker outside the John Forrest Tavern, west of Perth (pictured) as the two huge kangaroos brawled outside a pub
The pair then locked arms and wrestled back-and-forth while balancing on their tails