* The teen had only had his licence for two days and was a budding entrepreneur
* Stabbing came as beachgoers enjoyed Melbourne's warmest day since January
* Emergency services rushed to the scene following reports of people fighting
* Teen, from Tarneit in west Melbourne, was rushed to hospital but sadly died
A teenage boy who was stabbed at a popular Melbourne beach had barely had his driver's licence for two days when he was tragically killed after finding himself in the middle of a massive street brawl.
Hashim Mohamed, 18, from Tarneit in the city's west, was a budding entrepreneur and dreamt of one day starting his own business.
A photograph posted online on Friday showed the 18-year-old leaning against a silver sedan and holding a completion certificate after passing his P-Plate test.