Are female-led street fights and violent girl gangs on the rise? And if so, why?
Has drinking heavily and brawling become a way of life for part of Britain’s female population?
From women who attack their boyfriends to out-of-control party teens and girl-on-girl gang violence, are the streets less safe due to a rising tide of bad behavior?
Journalist Alys Harte sets out to discover why women are getting angrier and their actions more outrageous in this eye-opening documentary.
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