Waffle House Employee's Brawl!
Four female employees at an Augusta, Georgia Waffle House gave each other that work and it was all caught on video!
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - When it comes to World Star Hip Hop fights, most of us can admit to enjoying some of the amateur boxing that takes place in local restaurants and parties and gets uploaded for our amusement.
But this latest fight from a waffle house in Augusta, Ga. might have crossed the line.
Without operating on very much information here, it appears that the four women staff at a waffle house in Augusta engaged in a brouhaha.
The ladies split into pairs and two waitresses got to tussling in the corner on the right.
On the left side of the video, a larger women wearing yellow scraps and then restrains a woman in a green t-shirt.
While the camera is focused on the woman in yellow and the lady in green, you hear a primal howl of anguish and distress and the camera quickly shifts to the two ladies fighting on the right.
That’s when we see what caused the blood-curdling cries: One waitress is sitting on top of the other as she pulls her hair out in handfuls.
You can hear the tearing and ripping as she yanks without restraint and then punches her co-worker in the face.
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Street fighting is hand-to-hand fighting in public places, between individuals or groups of people.
Unlike sport fighting, a street fight might involve weapons, multiple opponents or revenge and has no rules. The venue is usually a public place (e.g. a street) and the fight often results in a serious injury or even death.
The main difference between street fighting and a self-defense situation is that a street fight is avoidable, whereas a self-defense situation is not. The other characteristic being that the fight is consensual between both parties. A typical situation might involve two men arguing in a bar, then one suggests stepping outside, where the fight commences. Thus, it is often possible to avoid the fight by backing off, while in self-defense, a person is actively trying to escape the situation, using force if necessary to assure his or her own safety.