Police said the clash in Queensland “eventuated over a cat” and left two people with severe cuts from a machete.
"It was one house versus two houses,” said Detective Senior Sergeant Gregg Davey.
“It was an incident that boiled over… One group came armed with machetes, hammers and a steering wheel lock. It's such a basic neighbourly dispute. There are other avenues to sort these things out."Crikey! Thank god we don't have that sort of thing here.