Two enraged teenage girls were rolling on the ground fighting, and you won't believe who was egging them on.
"Don't [expletive] stop!"
The mother of the girl being punched in the face was actually encouraging her daughter to fight.
"[Expletive] push, girl! Push!"
The mother, 39-year-old April Newcomb, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
A disturbing cell phone video was shot as dozens of high school students in Palmetto, Florida, cheered on the fight. But nobody ever expected an adult to be in the middle of it.
And get this: before the fight started, the mother and daughter could be seen walking through a vacant field to confront the other girl.
There's no word on what triggered the fight, but as the teenagers began trading punches, the mom started shouting, "Throw it. [Expletive] throw it."
The girls traded slaps and pulled each other's hair, then rolled on the ground. Newcomb can be heard yelling once again, "[Expletive] push girl! Push!"
Another woman can be seen approaching Newcomb to ask why she wasn't stopping the fight.
"Are you her mom?'' the woman asked her.
"Yes," she said.
The fight went on for five minutes and was finally broken up when police arrived and everybody scattered.
When police asked her why she didn't break up the fight, Newcomb reportedly answered, "I think, unfortunately, it was going to happen no matter what."