The last day of school may be a normal time for people to get excited and act out, but one would sooner expect it to come from students, not their parents. On Wednesday, the end of the school year for Tahquitz High School in Hemet, California, a group of adults were caught on video engaged in an all out brawl on campus.
The video appears to show parents punching, kicking, pulling hair, and fighting on the ground. According to Los Angeles’ CBS2, some of the people involved live in the same apartment complex, and drama from home spread to the school grounds.
While the incident is going viral online, those who live in the area aren’t happy with what they saw.
“I moved here without knowing about the city and we’ve only been here a year and we’re already leaving,” one Hemet resident told the local station.
Amber Pifundi, a local mother, was upset that the adults couldn’t control themselves around the school children.
“It’s another thing when there are no kids around but when you are there with kids, it’s just not an example you want to set,” Pifundi said.
As of Saturday, no arrests had been made, as an officer with the Hemet Police Department said they had just found out about the incident Friday night.
[Screengrab via Facebook and CBS2]
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