A pregnant woman was allegedly manhandled and others assaulted during a western Sydney Liberal Party meeting, with the wild scenes caught on camera.

The meeting of the high-profile right wing branch in Dundas descended into pushing, shoving and pointed threats of violence at the Dundas Sports Club two months ago.

Video of the confrontation shows the large group arguing and shouting at one another.

“Come outside you dog!”, one person can be heard saying.

A police complaint was later filed and included allegations a pregnant woman was assaulted and a female member from the club intimidated, before she kicked the group out.

The branch had gathered to vote on new members joining the Dundas branch, with its numbers determining who would be preselected to run for Parramatta Council.

The candidates included former Mayor John Chedid, who was investigated after he allegedly bulldozed his own home without council permission,  and former Deputy Mayor Bakous Makari.  

“If these sort of characters make it onto Parramatta Council, what sort of councillors will they be?” Deputy Opposition Leader Michael Daley said.

Member for Parramatta, Geoff Lee, was not present but 9NEWS understands he called Dundas Sports Club the next day and apologised.

The Liberal Party said it was aware of the allegations and does not condone the behaviour.

“We do not condone intimidation, harassment or any other unacceptable behaviour,” it said in a statement.

The Dundas branch is on the cusp of being completely shut down with some of its members given show cause notices.

The Liberal Party will meet tomorrow to decide on the branch’s future.

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