From The Midura Independant Caucasian men refuse to say sorry - so they are bashed Sunday, 17 February 2008 Investigations are continuing into three overnight bashings in the Mildura Central Business District. In separate incidents three young Caucasian men, who were walking home after attending local nights spots were bashed. Police said that all three victims were themselves under the influence of alcohol and were alone when confronted by a number of indigenous males. Once surrounded the victim was told to say â€œsorryâ€ and then they were knocked to the ground and bashed. The three victims were unable to give police an accurate description of their attackers but said they were indigenous and probably aged between 13 and the 20. A friend of a 21 year old man who was bashed told Mildura Independent On-Line that he had been approached by a gang of about 20 youths in the Langtree Mall. When they surrounded him they told him to say he was sorry and when he refused they told him to give them his money. When he refused this second request he was attacked. However the man was able to flee from his attackers and made it a block to the Coles Supermarket where a call was made for Police assistance. Police are appealing for any witnesses to the incidents which occurred between the hours of 1am and 3am on Saturday. Any person with information is asked to contact the Mildura Police Station. -------------------------- Yeah right!