The video of a violent encounter between two women at a Chuck E. Cheese eatery is going viral. The 2-minute video, originally posted Saturday, shows the women wrestling each other, pulling each other’s hair, and throwing fists as children were celebrating a birthday nearby.
The women have not been identified, but as of Tuesday, the video had been viewed more than 342,000 times on Facebook.
The video also showed stunned children and parents witnessing the brawl at the Chuck E. Cheese in Indianapolis. Multiple people, including employees, attempted to separate the female brawlers but to no avail. One bystander reminded the women where they were at the time, and even asks: “Are you serious?”
The women eventually separated as employees discuss calling the police, but they continued shouting at each other in front of dozens of customers and children.
Cujo Bailey, who recorded the fight and posted it to Facebook, said he didn’t intend to record the fight on camera. He was originally recording his son at the time, while his family celebrated his daughter’s birthday.
“You just see them type of videos all the time now, so it kind of looks like the kind of stuff that you see on Facebook,” he told reporting outlets. “The lady came in yelling at the other lady, and they exchanged some words and the fight took off from there.”
A spokesperson for Indianapolis police said the women involved in the fight left the location before officers arrived at the scene. A police report was not filed, and it is not currently known what prompted the fight.
Video posts of the fight may be viewed below:
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