Viral video shows BRAWL break out after woman flashes her breasts at Supercross event

A brawl broke out after mom attempts to slam flasher, but gets beer tossed at her at the Angel Stadium, divides the net on who was right


                            Viral video shows BRAWL break out after woman flashes her breasts at Supercross event
The flasher (L) at the Anaheim 1 Supercross and the woman who slammed her (R) (Twitter)

Public nudity, especially if children are involved is usually a big no, but Twitter users appeared divided on the idea after a video from the Anaheim 1 Supercross on January 9 went viral. The video shows a woman flashing her breasts before another woman attempts to berate her, saying there are children around. The argument soon turned into a bit of a fight, leading police to get involved. 

Despite a resurgence of Covid-19 cases, stadiums have often been packed in recent months, and there have been several instances of flared temperatures and attendees crossing a line. On January 3, 2022, we reported on a brawl at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta between Panthers and Spartans fans. In October 2021, Vikings and Panthers fans got into a brawl at the Bank of America Stadium in North Carolina. 

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In lighter news, two fans were arrested from a bathroom at the Bank of America Stadium on October 11, 2021, and escorted from the stadium to cheers from observers. Similar cheers could be heard from those at the Angel Stadium, where the woman flashed. According to one Twitter user, the flasher is Danae Mari. Since her Instagram is set to private, we could not confirm if Mari is indeed the flasher, or learn anything else about her. Judging from her Twitter account though, it appears she is some sort of model or influencer. 

Was mom right?

The video shows Mari flashing her breasts as the crowd cheers her on before she is slammed by another unidentified woman. The woman is soon surrounded by others, who scream "go back to your seat". It's unclear exactly what she says, but reportedly she was slamming Mari for flashing in front of children. The video then cuts to another angle where the woman gets beer thrown on her, leading her to run up and confront someone else. 

The video's clearly been edited, so the exact sequence of events is unclear. It first appeared on TikTok via the account @perfectlynormalvideos, before being shared on Twitter by one user who said, "In case anyone was wondering what the big ruckus was in the stands at A1." From there, it quickly spread like wildfire with another account racking up over 5 million views. 



 

 

it's also led to a massive debate on whether or not the mother should have intervened. Some users argue she should have, commenting, "Can’t blame the mom, she’s being a good parent," and another saying, "I'm actually on the "Karen's" side this time. Read the room, you're at a game, not a concert. I mean there's also a whole conversation about whether bogonggas are actually explicit... But yeah I digress." One person commented, "I'm on the mother's side, breasts don't deserve to be displayed in public, especially if there are small children."



 



 



 

 

Others defended the flasher, with one person noting, "it's 2022 and you are really gonna fight a girl over flashing? Seems kinda goofy but I'm guessing alcohol was involved in this situation on both sides." Another commented, "It’s bull. Everything in the clip indicates this was an adult themed event. ZERO other children around. Literally zero." One user tweeted, "Y’all realize that if a dude pulled out his duck and was showing the crowd, that man’s getting arrested, right? I’m not saying that the women should’ve been arrested, I’m just saying it’s hypocritical."



 



 



 

 

It's unclear what happened after the fight broke out, but police told TMZ, "We responded to two fight calls in the view level that resulted in ejection," but no arrests or citations were made. 

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