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Four Charged After Nightclub Brawl In Affluent Sydney Suburb That Left Five Police Officers Injured

Four people face a string of charges over a brawl outside a Sydney nightclub that sent five injured police officers to hospital.

It erupted after a man and woman refused to leave swanky Potts Point nightclub Flamingo Lounge about 11.20pm on Saturday.

Police stepped in to help security guards at the venue, but the pair turned on them and assaulted the officers with the help of others in their group, police say.

Police say the brawl left a male sergeant with a fractured elbow and torn tricep, a male constable with a broken nose and abrasion to the retina of his left eye, another male constable with a dislocated jaw, two male probationary constables with head injuries and a female probationary constable with swelling to her cheek.

"It's atrocious, completely disgusting. It's not acceptable," Superintendent Paul Callaghan from the Kings Cross Area Command told reporters on Sunday.

The four people charged over the incident - two males, aged 34 and 25, and two females, aged 24 and 22 - are facing a string of charges including affray and causing grievous bodily harm to a police officer.

The two men and the 24-year-old woman are due to appear in Central Local Court on Monday.

The 22-year-old woman will front the Downing Centre Local Court on Thursday.