Four people were arrested after a fight outside a Chuck E. Cheese's location in Georgia over the weekend.
Athens-Clarke County police said they arrived on the scene to find a group of people yelling obscenities at each other and multiple adults with face injuries.
Kristen McCartt told police she was walking with her child inside the restaurant when another child bumped into hers.
After McCartt confronted the other child's mother, Sara Gibbs, the two women got into a physical altercation, according to a police report.
A witness showed officers video of the fight, police said.
“Multiple people are attempting to separate the physical altercation which led to more pushing and yelling, causing the altercation to worsen,” the report said. “Eventually, the two were separated and the altercation returns to a verbal dispute.”
McCartt’s boyfriend, Adidas Whitehead, also allegedly hit two women with a closed fist during the scuffle
McCartt, Gibbs and Whitehead were arrested on charges of public fighting.
Another woman, Anna Petree, was also charged for allegedly pushing Whitehead.
This isn’t the first instance of adults allegedly behaving badly at a Chuck E. Cheese's.
In 2016, a vicious brawl broke out at the chain in Florida. There was kicking, punching and yelling, but no one was seriously hurt.
A 16-year-old who filmed the outrageous fight said she was appalled at the adults’ behavior.
"I think they were the ones acting like kids. They were setting a horrible example for the children and probably traumatized them," Krystel Jimenez said told InsideEdition.com.