Shocking video shows Phillies fans fighting in bathroom following Astros' win in Game 4 of world series
In a video, multiple female fans clad in Philadelphia gear could be seen getting violent with one another in the bathroom of a Philadelphia bar
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: An ugly brawl broke out among baseball fans on Thursday, November 3, during the Phillies’ 5-0 loss to the Astros in Game 4 of the World Series. In a video shared online, multiple female fans clad in Philadelphia gear can be seen getting physical with one another in the bathroom of Xfinity Live!, a Philadelphia bar located near Citizens Bank Park, as per The New York Post.
The video shows two people fighting on the floor while three others are fighting next to the restrooms and pulling each other's hair. At one point, two women can be seen wrestling MMA-style.
The woman who recorded the footage, Neisha Reyes, told TMZ that she started rolling on the fight as soon as a cleaner warned her to keep an eye out for the women fighting on the floor. She admitted she wasn't sure what began it all, but she suspected alcohol might have played a role.
More hits at Xfinity Live tonight than CBP pic.twitter.com/Zci0RYRvzj— Crossing Broad (@CrossingBroad) November 3, 2022
According to Reyes, the women ultimately got up and made their way back to the bar area without more trouble after rolling around for a few minutes. She said, to her knowledge, no one appeared to be hurt. A spokesperson for the Philadelphia Police Department told TMZ that officers were not contacted nor dispatched in reference to the incident.
People on Twitter found it hilarious. One user commented, "I spent so much to watch a no hitter tonight...glad crossing broad came through with some hits." Another added, "So THAT'S why they take so long in there," while one said, "Tell me ur white girl wasted by not telling me ur white girl wasted." Some people were "embarassed" by the whole fiasco, "That was hard to watch. In an embarrassing way though, not a violent way."
I spent so much to watch a no hitter tonight...glad crossing broad came through with some hits— Timmy Sweeps (@Timmysweeps05) November 3, 2022
So THAT'S why they take so long in there 😲— Local CotY Candidate Stan 🦅 (@JerseyJoeWallop) November 3, 2022
Tell me ur white girl wasted by not telling me ur white girl wasted 🤣🤣🦅🤣🤣🤣🤣— zeek (@mekzeekan215) November 3, 2022
That was hard to watch. In an embarrassing way though, not a violent way.— September-Collapse Gods… but Playoffs (@PhilsBirdsBuds) November 3, 2022
Although Houston's luck changed on Wednesday when the Astros tied the series at two games each, the Phillies will still have a chance to win at home in Game 5. Following that, the teams will return to Houston for Game 6 on Saturday. Should a Game 7 be necessary, that would take place on Sunday at Minute Maid Park.
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