Two men have been charged over a stabbing attack outside an Oxford Street nightclub in July that left two men in hospital, including a good Samaritan who wanted to help.
A 25-year-old man was outside Noir nightclub in Darlinghurst at around 3am on July 29 when a group of men armed with knives allegedly approached him and stabbed him multiple times.
When a 34-year-old unknown man rushed to help, he was also stabbed. Both men were hospitalized in stable condition and later released.
On Thursday, police in Queensland arrested a 21-year-old man near Ipswich and extradited him to NSW to face charges of wounding/grievous bodily harm with intent to murder, reckless wounding in company and affray.
He was refused bail at Parramatta Magistrates Court on Saturday.
An 18-year-old man was also arrested at a home in Lalor Park on Friday morning and charged with the same offenses as well as possession of an unauthorized handgun and failing to safely store a handgun.
He was also refused bail at Blacktown Magistrates Court on Friday.
Both matters were adjourned to November 16 at Downing Center Local Court.