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Parent Brawl Erupts At Arkansas School After Father Confronts Another Mother About Bullied Son (Video)

| by Khier Casino

A mass brawl occurred between a group of parents and students at an Arkansas school after a father confronted a mother about his bullied son.

The fight, which broke out on Feb. 19, was captured on a surveillance camera outside a fire station in Alexander, Arkansas.

The father claims his son was the victim of repeated bullying at Bryant High School, and said he wanted to arrange a meeting with the accused bully’s mother to discuss the matter.

But instead of coming alone, the woman arrived with a group of her family and friends, according to a court affidavit.

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According to the Daily Mail, it is claimed the situation quickly descended into chaos as rival parents and children threw punches and weapons at each other.

The video starts off with a large crowd of people moving around the fire station courtyard.

"As a fight breaks out between two individuals others rush over to join in, and within a matter of seconds around 25 people are fighting furiously," the Daily Mail reported. "At one point a man arrives in a sports car and is seen rushing out of his vehicle and steaming in to join the fray."

Children are seen looking in horror as parents continue to fight one another. The fight only ended after someone fired shots, according to a witness.

However, when police arrived at the scene, none of the participants wanted to speak and nobody was arrested. The prosecutor's office later obtained a two-party warrant on the case, meaning the parents involved in the brawl will have to appear in court.

Saline County Sheriff's Lt. Scott Courtney told arkansasmatters.com: "We attempted to speak with a couple of people and no one wanted to talk to us about the incident. Our involvement in this is pretty much wrapped up since the two parties involved in this are going to court and this is in the judicial system."