The fight started when the couple realized that they had no maple syrup for their pancakes. They asked the table over if they could have some of theirs because their pancakes wouldn't taste the same without the maple syrup and one of the two girls response was "bitch, your pancakes look fine to me!" And from there, all hell broke loose.
'B****, your pancakes look fine to me': Video of catfight over maple syrup in Denny's goes viralBy Mark Duell
22nd February 2011
A mass brawl ensued when one girl asked another table if they could have some syrup, and got the response: ‘B****, your pancakes look fine to me’.
The fight started in a Denny's restaurant in Chicopee, Massachusetts, when one group of girls did not have enough maple syrup.
Two girls begin to have a stand-up argument and another gets involved while one of them approaches a filming camera and says ‘YouTube it'.
The video, posted on YouTube by viral group BuzzFeed, shows one girl in a white shirt and black trousers start rapidly punching another in the face.
The girl being punched, who is wearing a light blue top and jeans, is then pushed over to the ground and her black underwear is partially exposed.
As she gets up, another girl in a blue stripy top and jeans is pushed over by the same girl who started punching the first victim.
While the fight happens, some people run out of the way, others clap and everyone else watches in disbelief as a chef comes up and tries to break up the fight before sending out one of the girls.
Since the video went viral, police have said the brawl started following an argument that allegedly stemmed from a traffic incident in the car park outside the restaurant.
Captain Steven Muise told The Republican that the fight began after one man punched another in the head. The men were accompanied by the three women in the video.
The incident comes just one month after two other videos of female brawls were posted on YouTube.
Police in South Carolina asked for the public to help identify people involved in a brawl inside an International House of Pancakes restaurant in Orangeburg in January.
And an all-female brawl outside a Florida gas station was also caught on video last month, as some of the women had their clothes and hair extensions ripped off.
Fight videos are becoming increasingly common on YouTube, although they are often taken down soon after being posted if they infringe the website’s usage policy.
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