Several women were caught on video brawling outside port-a-potties at a Pittsburgh Morgan Wallen concert this week.
Here’s What Happened
A brawl broke out over the use of porta potties during a Morgan Wallen concert on Aug. 30 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Penn. But no arrests were made, the city’s department of public safety said.
A now-viral clip shows two women arguing about one of them seemingly cutting in line outside of a row of red porta potties.
The argument escalates quickly, as the women begin punching each other. Eventually, one of them pushes the other backward into one of the porta-potty stalls as a bystander who is exiting moves away from the melee.
The confrontation winds up making its way into one of the open units before someone who appears to be a friend of one of the combatants shows up to break them up, but it doesn’t work out that way, as she becomes involved in the fray:
A third woman, who carefully handed a friend her drink, and then a fourth, joined the brawl as the woman who was accused of cutting the line appeared to be pinned to the port-a-potty toilet seat.
A man then pulled one of the women out of the stall, unsuccessfully trying to break up the fight. One of the women who had joined the brawl after it started then shoved and kicked another into the port-a-potty, but she fell out and landed on the ground.
Near the end of the video, an official-looking woman appeared to intervene, ending the fight as they continued to shout their complaints about each other.
A representative from Pittsburgh’s department of public safety tells Billboard that though there were no arrests, there were “plenty of ejections for intoxication.” The rep also noted that “the parties involved in the incident dispersed” before police were made aware of the fight.
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