Fight Scene Footage Featuring Punches, Hair Pulling, and a Chair

USA Today reported that several people were arrested after a brawl broke out in a WWE-style ring at a riverfront park in Alabama. Dozens of people participated in the fight that broke out on Saturday. The whole thing was caught on camera, and videos of it have been circulating online. A man wields a folding chair like a weapon in one of the videos.

According to WSFA, an NBC station, as of Sunday, Montgomery police had issued four active warrants, with more to come as they review recordings posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Witnesses told the publication that the brawl broke out after a gang of boatmen assaulted a dock worker on the Montgomery Riverfront. People were tossed into the river as the situation rapidly deteriorated.

The police reported that the chaotic incident took place at 7 p.m. on the 200 block of Coosa Street. The dispute started when the boaters in question flat-out refused to move their pontoon boat. The mayor of Montgomery, Steven Reed, seemed to back up this version of events by stressing the rapid arrest of numerous suspects in the dock worker’s assault.

Another video shows an incident where an unclothed man runs up to a dock worker and punches him in the face. As witnesses yell for assistance, two more individuals rush in to join the attack on the worker. A female voice is heard pleading with coworkers to help the person in need.

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To defend the worker, one man runs down the ramp to the dock and the other jumps into the water. As other dock workers arrive to back up the one who is being attacked, the fighting temporarily dies down.

But in a different video, another group of people approaches the pontoon boat, and things quickly escalate, with punches being thrown, hair being pulled, and a woman being dragged into the water. After then, in the third video clip, even more people, both men and women, join the fight.

A man uses a folding chair to attack two people in the pontoon boat party, one male and one female. The man with the chair and many bystanders were swiftly apprehended by police who arrived on the scene. Mr. Reed voiced his alarm about the acts of violence and emphasized that those responsible would be brought to justice.

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