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(SNO) – Social media in Saint Lucia has once again heated up. But this time it is not as a result of pornographic videos, but because of fights involving multiple females.
St. Lucia News Online (SNO) obtained six of these videos:
– Four clips of a fight involving at four females in Constitution Park, Castries, which is reported to have occurred on Monday afternoon (May 28) some-time after 4:30 p.m. Several police officers can be seen attempting to separate the fights in that video. It was not immediately clear what caused the fights but SNO understands that the participants were taken into police custody and at least one was treated at hospital for injuries.
– The other two videos appear to be related and involves three females. The incidents also occurred in Castries. In one clip, two females are fighting in a kitchen, with one using a pot to beat the other while repeatedly telling her “you bring my child into your thing”. A third female appears to be trying to separate the duo. A male, wearing no shirt, also tries to part the fight, telling them to go “outside”.
The same females were seen in a tussle in the second video. The fight started after one accused the other of calling her out on Facebook. Two men subsequently separated the fight. It was not immediately clear if the police got involved in this incident and if anyone sustained injuries.
Below are the video clips some of which contain expletives.
Fight in Kitchen
CONSTITUTION PARK FIGHT VIDEOS
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