Video exhibits wild beatdown at Little Caesars in Georgia

The savage beatdown of a girl in a Little Caesars in Georgia was caught on video — exhibiting the suspect dragging the sufferer out of the pizza store by her hair and a toddler leaping in to cease the combat.

The pummeling passed off about 4 p.m. Monday on the Augusta eatery when Brittany Kennedy, 25, allegedly confronted Emily Broadwater, 22, yanking the chair out from underneath her, in response to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Workplace.

The viral video, which was taken by a bystander and posted on Twitter, exhibits Broadwater scrambling on the ground and screaming as Kennedy — who has the sufferer by the hair — pummels her repeatedly.

At one level, a toddler with a pink bow in her hair throws herself into the fray, because the bystander shouts, “Transfer the newborn! Transfer the newborn!”

Nobody within the pizza store makes an attempt to interrupt up the combat — although the bystander drags the younger lady from the fracas.

As Broadwater makes futile makes an attempt at combating again, Kennedy punches her about 20 instances, bloodying the sufferer’s face, the wild recording exhibits.

Kennedy then drags Broadwater out of the restaurant to the sidewalk by her hair — because the sufferer continues screaming.

The fight between the two women at a Little Caesar's restaurant in Augusta, Georgia.
The brawl broke out after Brittany Kennedy, 25, allegedly confronted Emily Broadwater, 22, yanking the chair out from underneath her.

The video then exhibits Kennedy throwing Broadwater to the bottom as soon as extra and stomping her head.

“My child!” Broadwater cries as she will get up, her face lined in blood.

It’s unclear what prompted the combat.

On Tuesday, the sheriff’s workplace issued a needed poster for Kennedy on assault costs, in response to a police report posted by Augusta Crime and confirmed by The Put up.

Broadwater’s backside lip was lacerated and “severely swollen” from the beatdown, however she refused to be taken to the hospital through an ambulance, the police report mentioned.

“A lady with a child,” witness Dean Willard informed native TV station WJBF. “That ain’t proper.”

“They need to have dealt with it a distinct method slightly than doing it in public,” mentioned Charles Johnson, one other witness, in response to the station.

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