They flexed their ‘mussels’ — over a bunch of crab legs.
A large brawl over seafood erupted within a Chinese language buffet in Queens final month, in response to a patron who captured the melee on video.
“Hear ya’ll I needed to come out right here to let y’all see this. I’m in a buffet and they’re combating over crab legs!” buyer Donna Brown mentioned in a video.
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The wild incident unfolded within the Queens Buffet eatery on Atlantic Avenue in Ozone Park on Feb. 23 at round 7 p.m., police mentioned.
WARNING: Footage accommodates graphic language.
In accordance with cops, a 30-year-old man and a feminine companion, 22, had been sitting and consuming when a gaggle of as much as 10 folks began punching and kicking them within the face and physique, inflicting swelling and ache.
Ten perpetrators stay wished for the battle and no arrests have been made, authorities mentioned.
Within the 10-minute clip Brown posted, a big group of individuals might be heard shouting earlier than the fracas breaks out close to the buffet.
“Craziness,” Brown says because the scuffle continues. “They throwing glass round. That is getting actual now.”
Individuals might be seen operating away to flee the combating, in response to the footage.
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“My persons are so ignorant over meals. Over meals. Crab legs, yo. You possibly can’t make this up,” Brown mentioned within the video. “You possibly can’t make this up in any respect. You possibly can’t make this up. I can’t consider it.”
Police had been unable to substantiate that the battle was over crab legs.
Brown claimed that she noticed one girl leaving the restaurant with a bloodied neck.
“Her neck is all bloody,” Brown mentioned within the footage.
Additionally final month, two folks had been arrested after the same brawl over crab legs broke out at a buffet in Alabama.
Clients John Chapman and Chequita Jenkins had been taken had been charged in that incident.
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This text initially appeared in The New York Publish.