Your high school graduation should create memories that will last a lifetime. Usually those memories encompass a happy time before you sell your soul to adulthood. Unfortunately for several students at Tri-Cities High School in East Point, Georgia, they weren’t as lucky.
Students were forced to have their graduation indoors after a rainstorm hit the area Friday afternoon. As students were filing in and the ceremony started, a brawl broke out between parents who weren’t yet inside the auditorium.
“This is ridiculous. This is a once in a lifetime moment, and we can’t see our kids graduate,” parent Wajeedah Price explained to WSB-TV. Naturally things only got worse once everyone found out there wasn’t enough room inside for all of them. Another parent described the chaos that ensued.
“It was pushing and shoving, and don’t push me, don’t push, next thing you know, swings, arms, fists,” parent Janelle Carter explained. Things got so out of hand that a police officer had to use a stun gun on one of the men involved in the eventual brawl.
Needless to say, these memories will stand the test of time. And not just because the fight video will always be available online.
Check out the full fight video below.