Two women brawl over PS5 at Walmart, one of them gets stomped on the head and knocked out
Two women were captured on video allegedly brawling over a PS5 video game console at a Walmart in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The fight happened on December 13 while the two shoppers were queuing for the exit point.
The now-viral video shows a woman with braids arguing with another woman who wears a black hoodie.
It was unclear what exactly they were talking about but one can be heard saying:
“What the f*** are you gonna do?”
— New York Post (@nypost) December 19, 2020
At that point, things got heated, and a man on a mobility scooter can be seen trying to separate them.
The two shoppers started punching and kicking each other while other customers decided to just watch the show and record it on camera.
Eventually, one of the women got dragged to the floor, mercilessly punched in the face, and stomped on the head.
She seems to be knocked out as people finally decided to grab the other woman away from her.
— Mr God Gifted (@MrGodGifted) December 19, 2020
Authorities told TMZ that they responded to the unrest but the women were not arrested as they left the scene before police arrived.
And this isn’t even the first incident in a week where people have fought over the PlayStation 5.
Authorities said recently that a mother punched a cop while holding her baby inside a Florida Walmart after she had been told that the precious console was out of stock.
It all came after Sony confirmed the PS5 was their biggest launch of all time and assured customers there will be more of it in stock soon.
See the video by clicking below.
Brawl between Zulu warriors, over a PS5
Stomping ends it, with a knockout
If that was a cop trying to arrest a shoplifter
After they looted it, they would have burned it to the ground
But, it's not a cop
So, it's considered normal
I don't go to Walmart~ pic.twitter.com/QBhpSnbbrU
— 🇭ip~ (@TruthInBytes) December 19, 2020
In a recent statement, Sony thanked “gamers everywhere for making the PS5 launch our biggest console launch ever”.
“Demand for PS5 is unprecedented, so we wanted to confirm that more PS5 inventory will be coming to retailers before the end of the year – please stay in touch with your local retailers,” the company added.
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