How many times are we going to see a scene like this coming out of a Chuck E. Cheese? Is it the bright lights? The abundance of electromagnetic frequencies? The creepy animatronic puppet band?
Here’s a recent scene fresh out of a Chuck E. Cheese in Manchester, Connecticut:
“We’re all stars! We’re all stars” Alexander Shway repeated over and over while filming the fight. What began between two women erupted into a full-on brawl involving a dozen people. In the video you can see people jumping over side walls to get in on the fight like it’s a movie or something. A few little kids were injured and one of the workers who tried to pull a kid out of the fight ended up having to go for medical treatment.
“We are sorry this happened,” Chuck E. Cheese said in a statement. “We are usually a place for food and fun and family and we work hard to provide a positive, wholesome atmosphere for guests.”
But is that really true these days?
Here’s a video out of a Long Beach Chuck E. Cheese from mid-December:
Notice any similarities?
Here’s a Florida Chuck E. Cheese:
In fact, I could post a dozen more videos here and they all look pretty much the same. There’s even a playlist of Chuck E. Cheese fights on YouTube. How sad is that?
A woman was stabbed and during an altercation at this Monroeville Chuck E. Cheese. Shootings have also occurred outside the restaurant in multiple locations across the country.
So… what the hell is going on at Chuck E. Cheese? Is it “where a kid can be a kid” or “where adults can act like kids” beating each other senseless?
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