A video of two couples fighting in front of their children in a New Jersey Walmart is going viral (video below).
The incident occurred on Sept. 16, the Daily Mail reported. It involved two couples who were caught on video fighting near the jewelry section of Walmart.
As the two women tussle, the two men are also seen fighting. Little children, presumably belonging to the adults, are also seen trying to break up the fight. The kids appear as though they are about to be trampled in the scuffle.
Several onlookers are heard screaming and pleading for the adults to stop fighting. Some bystanders attempt to break up the fight themselves.
"What about the kids?" one witness is heard screaming, while others repeatedly scream, "Stop!"
"Look at your kids," another bystander is heard telling one of the men involved in the fight. "Walk away," she continues.
A Walmart employee is seen trying to defuse the situation to no avail. The fight is eventually broken off by other shoppers, who are then heard scolding the couple for fighting in front of their crying children.
The video surfaced shortly after a woman pulled out a loaded gun during a fight at a Michigan Walmart, WJBK reported. Police said the fight was over school supplies.
"It was in the back to school section over a notebook," Novi Police Detective Scott Baetens told WJBK. "One girl was going to buy a notebook. There was one left, some pushing resulted. They began to argue who was the rightful purchaser of that notebook."
Witnesses said two duos of women were involved in the fight. One duo was a mother and daughter.
Two women began pulling a younger woman's hair. That woman was pushed out of the way as the three continued fighting. That's when one woman pulled out a gun.
"She's a valid CPL holder," Baetens said. "She pulled out her firearm and tells them to stop attacking her daughter while pointing the gun at them."
The fight ended shortly after, as customers fled from the store. Police were then called to the scene. All four women are facing potential criminal charges.
"A simple assault could be just a local ordinance, a 90-day misdemeanor," Baetens said. "All the way up to felonious assault with a firearm, which is a felony."
Police said the gun was loaded, but there was no round in the chamber. No one was seriously hurt in that incident.