A brawl broke out at an Atlanta mall on the day it reopened after the state’s lockdown — with the melee captured on digicam.
The video has garnered greater than 7 million views as some query whether or not Georgia ended its coronavirus lockdown too quickly.
The 17-second clip begins with three girls and a safety guard scuffling within the car parking zone of the Cumberland Mall.
“Get off, or I’ll must pepper spray each of you,” the guard says as he struggles to separate the ladies.
Finally, a person comes flying into the body, dropkicking one of many girls earlier than shoving the safety guard and fleeing with one other girl concerned within the struggle.
Warning: Graphic language
The three girls received into an argument close to the mall’s meals courtroom on Tuesday, Might 5, with the struggle ultimately spilling out into the car parking zone, the native CBS affiliate reported.
“If folks don’t know how one can come out of their house and act whereas they’re in public, then keep house. This can be a worrying time, so keep house,” one shopper instructed the outlet.
Gov. Brian Kemp started lifting coronavirus restrictions and restarting the economic system on Friday, April 24, turning into one of many first states to take action — a transfer that even President Trump thought-about “too quickly.”
“Simply searched ‘Cumberland Mall’ on right here and truthfully, Atlanta wants to remain in for couple extra months lol,” one particular person joked on Twitter.