It seems everyone in that classroom recording including the teacher have forgotten the first rule of fight club.

A high school teacher in Texas has been suspended after recording a fight between students instead of stopping it.

The teacher from McKinney High School in McKinney, Texas, is on administrative leave after a video surfaced of him recording a school fight, according to the school district.

The video shows two unidentified students fighting while the male teacher stands back and films the interaction on his phone.

The incident was reported to the school district on Wednesday and the teacher was put on leave until officials could investigate the matter.


After a Saturday screening of Insidious: The Last Key at the Hollywood 20 Cinema in Bartlett, Tennessee, a fight broke out in the theater’s lobby. Video shows teenage girls throwing each other to the ground and pulling each other’s hair amid screaming and general chaos. ‘It was on Snapchat. It was crazy,’ a source told WREG.


Police in Arnold, Missouri are seeking 50-year-old Scott F. Heatherly, whom they say is the suspect caught on camera, in connection with the assault Friday in a Walgreens parking lot. A police spokesman told late Wednesday that Heatherly had not yet surrendered to authorities as his family had previously said he would. The shocking incident unfolded on Friday evening at about 5.30pm on the southern outskirts of St. Louis, when a female driver saw a dark pickup truck tailgating her on Interstate 55 and flashing his lights.


A video has surfaced of a fight at a Chicago Chuck E. Cheese. Several men in the Lower West Side location threw punches outside the spot while women tried to intervene and prevent chaos. The fight took place outside the restaurant while a children’s party was taking place. Chuck E. Cheese has faced a string of violent incidents across the country.


An $18 dollar parking fee allegedly led to a valet being knocked unconscious by an irate customer in front of a Ft. Lauderdale hotel. Surveillance video from the Ocean Sky Hotel & Resort in Fort Lauderdale shows the valet having a conversation with a man when the man suddenly punches the valet in the face, dropping him to the ground. The man then straddled the valet and puts his hands on him as people from the hotel come rushing out.


Occurred on July 8, 2017 / Tinley Park, Illinois, USA Info from Licensor: “Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Tinley Park, IL 7/8/17. This is after a sold out Sam Hunt concert. The minivan is trying to get into the same lane as the silver car, the silver car wouldn’t the let minivan in resulting in this parking lot brawl. Police arrived shortly after the video ends.”


Disgusting moment a 350lb thug punches a 15yr old girl
Police are on the hunt for a couple who were caught on video camera giving a brutal beat down to a restaurant owner and her teen daughter because they weren’t happy with their meals. A video shows the couple, identified as Nathaniel Smith and Latasha Smith (inset), giving a violent beating to restaurant owner and her 15-year-old because they weren’t happy with their meal. They were upset because they thought their chicken was cold and they didn’t get enough fries. Owner Jeanette Norris suffered a broken nose and her daughter a concussion in the shocking display of violence. Chief James Godfrey of the Baxley Police Department said he hadn’t seen anything like this in his 41 years on the force. ‘That’s just pure brutality,’ he said.


PHILADELPHIA–Police were seeking the public’s help in identifying juveniles seen in a viral video posted on social media sucker-punching a mentally challenged man in the city’s Germantown section.

The 30-second video, recorded in slow-motion, shows the man smiling and apparently distracted as a young teen boy moves in from behind and punches him hard on the left side of his face. The victim appears shocked by the attack, which happened at Chelten Avenue and Knox Street, when a second older male pursues him and punches him around the his right ear. There are five males visible in the video. The youngest is seen laughing hysterically. Gerald Andrews Sr., 48, said the victim was a co-worker at a ShopRite in Cheltenham and identified him by his first name, Mark.

“He keeps that smile on his face. He wants to talk sports. He’s a good guy,” Andrews said Monday night about Mark.

Andrews said he learned about the video from another co-worker and posted a copy Monday afternoon on Facebook.

“It’s heartbreaking,” he said of the attack.

As of 9 p.m. the video had been viewed more than 100,000 times and had been shared nearly 3,900 times.

Andrews said he did not know where the video was originally posted.

Northwest Detectives Division is investigating the assault, said police spokesman Sgt. Eric Gripp.

“Obviously, what is depicted in the video is very disturbing,” Gripp said. “We would implore anyone who has info on the video, or who knows the identity of the victim to reach out to police.”


The video was taken at Stone Mountain Middle School on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia, and shows the two women trading punches and slamming into desks and the whiteboard. The fight began when one woman pushed a desk into the other. The children appeared to be doing work at the time and some had headphones in. Shocked, the children screamed and tried to approach them to break it up but stepped back as the pair carried on fighting. They were eventually torn apart by another member of staff who ran in to the classroom screaming ‘stop! stop!’


Extra security was place at Cheltenham High School on Thursday after a fight led to the arrests of four students and left eight teachers injured. That security will remain in place this week and next week, the school district said in a statement. Meanwhile, a meeting was being held between the school superintendent and teachers’ union representatives to discuss what happened.

According to the teacher’s union, they will present demands and suggestions about the ongoing problem of fighting in the school. The union rep says the staffers’ concerns for safety have been ignored by the superintendent. One of the students arrested is identified as 18-year-old Amber Nicole Lewis, a high school senior. She faces four counts of aggravated assault and conspiracy. The other students are juveniles who who remained in custody as of Wednesday night.

On March 12th, police were called to a Key West Florida hotel after staff had called a room upon hearing a disturbance and the man who answered was crying.

It turns out she and her vacationing husband had gone up to their room to have sex and got into an argument. While having intercourse, the dental hygienist (irony much?) bit her orthodontist husband on the shoulder.

42-year-old Jennifer Rahe Hickman was taken into custody at the oceanfront Southernmost Beach Resort after her husband Eric told cops that the two had been drinking and started to argue when after she accused him of using her. They still decided to have sex, and the seemingly non-passion-related bite occurred.

He declined medical attention, but cops noted in their report that he had “a bright mark, redness and bruising on the left forearm.”

Mrs. Hickman was charged with misdemeanor battery and reportedly yelled, “I’m going to fucking kill him” and screamed the entire ride to jail.


A man in Schenectady, New York has been arrsted after throwing gasoline on his wife and setting her on fire during an argument. It killed her.

69-year-old Antonio Bargallo and his wife, identified as 48-year-old Elizabeth Gonzales, owned the home where a fire had been reported Saturday morning. A neighbor was rattled awake by her screams. That neighbor used a blanket to put out the flames.

The victim was airlifted to a hospital. She died there Sunday morning.

Mr. Bargallo has been charged with attempted murder, which cops say will likely be upgraded to second-degree murder now that the victim has died.

He’s currently residing in the county jail without bail.


A Pennsylvania woman has been arrested and charged after she killed her husband this past Monday night. It transpired after an argument over a burnt casserole.

38-year-old Teresa Drum claimed her husband, identified as 42-year-old Dennis Drum Sr., shot himself when she called 911, but she didn’t even call for that help until after she’d sent a picture of her husband’s body to a friend, then showered to “rinse off” after the unspeakable act.

According to Frazer Police Chief Terry Kuhns, the couple’s two kids were in the house at the time but weren’t hurt. The ages of the children wasn’t released. They’re now with relatives.

Cops had responded to one other domestic disturbance at the couple’s home roughly a year ago, but no violence occurred and no charges were filed.

Arriving officers found Mr. Drum in a bedroom Monday night in the fetal position on his left side. He had a gun in his right hand, a holster on the floor behind him, and he had a gunshot wound to his forehead.

Mrs. Drum showed paramedics the photo she’d taken with her cellphone at 10:20 p.m., claiming she’d taken the picture because she didn’t know what to do. The friend she’d sent it to told her to call 911.

That photo, according to cops, was part of her undoing. The picture, taken just over 10 minutes before the 911 call, showed no gun in her deceased husband’s hand…or anywhere in the photo, for that matter.

She’d told cops that he’d shot himself and that the two of them had been arguing because she’d consumed his last beer and burned a casserole earlier that night. She says the victim pointed the gun at her and that it went off when she tried to push it away.

When being questioned further later, she told investigators that she’d had seven beers and had a buzz, but wasn’t drunk.

She claims the argument then moved to the bedroom. She went on to say that the victim was sitting on the edge of their bed and that she’d been standing over him when he pulled the gun from its holster.

She claims she put her finger on the trigger, along with his finger, and that the gun then went off.

She then took the shower and put her bloody clothes in a laundry basket.

She couldn’t tell cops how the gun ended up in her husband’s hand on the floor.

She’s been charged with criminal homicide and is being held in the Allegheny County Jail without bail.

She’s scheduled for a preliminary hearing on March 8th.



Video shows the moment a group of girls broke out into a fight in Austin, Texas recently. Police intervened and sprayed pepper spray, but that didn’t stop the women from continuing to punch and rip out each other’s hair. At one point, a young man got down on one knee to pose with the women fighting in the background. The clip ends with a few of the women being led from the scene in handcuffs.

An Arizona woman is reported to have stabbed her boyfriend with a pair of scissors after he refused her request to have a threesome with a woman that she’d met at a dog park.

42-year-old Teresa Gillard carried out the unspeakable act on January 12th in the residence the couple, who’ve dated on and off since 2008, shared.

She told officers that she’d wanted to have a threesome with her new female friend and that she and the victim “have always talked about doing” it. But, she added, her boyfriend “did not want to have a threesome because he wasn’t feeling well.”

They then started to argue after his rejection, and it eventually turned physical.

She’s alleged to have stabbed the unnamed victim multiple times in the arm and abdomen with a pair of scissors. He suffered only minor cuts during the incident.

During her questioning by authorities, she admitted stabbing him in the arm. She also admitted she’d been drinking before the incident, copping to downing two shots of peppermint schnapps and a beer. Her blood alcohol content was a .13 at the time of her booking.

She’s been charged with felony aggravated assault and disorderly conduct and currently resides in the Mohave County jail.


A man in Moore Township, Pennsylvania brutally beat his mother just for changing the channel on TV.

42-year-old David F. Cantrell is alleged to have begun arguing with his mother shortly before 8:30 p.m. Sunday at their home after she changed the channel. When she did, her son, according to police, became “enraged”.

He punched his mother in the mouth, picked her up, then slammed her on the floor and choked her until she lost consciousness.

The victim told cops that he yelled, “I hope you die” during the attack.

She eventually broke free and ran outside. Neighbors heard her yelling for help and rendered aide.

Mr. Cantrell has been charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and harassment. His bail was set at $75,000, but in .

In lieu of bail, he was taken to Northampton County Prison. The judge ordered him to undergo a mental evaluation, as well as an order to stay away from his mother and her home.


A man in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bit off the ear of another man during an argument about now-President Donald Trump.

The victim, 30-year-old Marco Ortiz, was bitten in his apartment Monday after the argument went from verbal to physical. He then ran to a gas station for help.

According to the victim, his roommate bit off part of his ear, then twisted his finger and threatened to kill him, all because his roommate was scared that Trump will soon try to send him back to Mexico.

“Anytime he’s drinking, he’s going crazy,” the victim said. “All he would say is ‘if Donald Trump is gonna take me out, I’ve gotta kill so many people, then somebody kill me, and I am happy.'”

His ear was recovered by cops inside the apartment and he was taken to a local hospital in stable condition.

Police haven’t named the suspect, but are still searching for him.


A Pennsylvania man’s dreams, the literal, not proverbial kind, of seeing his wife with another man, caused him to attempt to strangle her.

49-year-old Conrad Rudalavage, who’d been drinking before he drifted off to la-la-land, woke up Saturday utterly convinced that his wife was cheating on him.

He’s alleged to have then attacked, choked, then threatened to kill his wife until their teen daughter intervened and tried to call 911. He then turned his rage toward his daughter.

He punched his wife numerous times in the body and face, tried to tear her clothes off, choked her, and slammed her head into the ground…all the while, threatening to kill her.

Their daughter was finally able to to get to a neighbor’s home, and that neighbor helped pull him off of his wife.

She was treated for bruises and other injuries to her face, head and neck.

He was charged with attempted homicide and several other charges before being released after posting $100,000 bail.

He’s due back in court next week.


A woman in Michigan City, Indiana has been arrested following a domestic dispute that led to her boyfriend’s testicle literally dropping onto the ground while he was talking to responding officers.

36-year-old Tara Danielle Pegues and her boyfriend, 38-year-old Anthony Black had gotten into a heated argument about alleged infidelity on his part.

When officers responded to a third-party call about it at just before 4 p.m. last Thursday, the couple insisted nothing was wrong.

Both of them insisted numerous times that the argument was only verbal; never physical.

But, as Mr. Black was talking with police, he “reached down and picked something up that had rolled onto the ground,” according to the report.

Officers say his posture changed immediately as he told them “his [scrotum] was cut” and that “his testicle had just fallen out onto the ground.”

He was immediately transported to a hospital for treatment and gave cops a more detailed report of the incident.

he says he and Ms. Pegues were arguing over his supposed cheating when she turned abusive.

Officers noted a fresh cut to the right side of his neck and right cheek, but he wasn’t able to how they happened.

He says “she ‘snapped’ on him and that he tried to leave, but she refused to allow him to. When he got to the front door, she grabbed his testicles, causing one of his testicles to become detached from his body.”

Police, after hearing the story, obtained a warrant, then returned to the scene of the crime and arrested Ms. Pegues.

She’s been charged with Level 6 felony domestic battery, Level 3 felony aggravated battery, and misdemeanor resisting law enforcement.




An Arizona man made a bizarre choice during a police chase Wednesday night, where he was the suspect in an aggravated domestic violence case; he stopped by an In-N-Out Burger’s drive-thru.

35-year-old Joshua Adkins appeared to order food, but then drove away without picking it up and got out of his truck a short time later. He then ran into a backyard and tried to get into a house through a back door.

When he couldn’t get in, he surrendered to police and was taken into custody.

He was charged with unlawful flight from law enforcement, aggravated assault-domestic violence, and unlawful imprisonment.




A Washington, D.C. Uber driver stands accused of kidnapping and assaulting a female passenger who’d blacked out at a bar.

28-year-old Westagne Pierre is believed to have picked up the victim on the night of October 18th, and instead of dropping her off at her home, drove her to a Budget Inn.

He’d checked into the hotel using his real information and carried her to the hotel room. He then allegedly left the room and used the victim’s credit card to make a $14 purchase at a nearby 7-Eleven.

Surveillance video from the hotel shows him going into the lobby and paying for a room.

Mr. Pierre claims the victim consented to going to the hotel.

He was arrested Thursday on charges of kidnapping, assault, and using the victim’s credit card.

He was released after paying a $250 bond. It had originally been $150,000.

Uber removed him from the app when the victim reported him on October 19th.




A Florida man who was already in police custody on an earlier-in-the-day domestic violence charge, decided to keep an eye out for more trouble.

54-year-old Edward Dorsey was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly hitting his wife during an argument in their home. It’s believed that drugs and alcohol played a part in that spat.

After that misdemeanor charge, he was transported to the Largo Medical Center for an unspecified treatment.

While in the emergency room, he took out his glass eye and threw it at the ER doctor and nurse.

He was told by both a cop and hospital staff not to even remove the eye, but declared, “I can do whatever I feel like doing.”

The flying eye doesn’t appear to have caused any injuries and its unclear if it even hit anyone.

Mr. Dorsey was charged with battery on an emergency medical care provider and was booked into the county jail on a $30,000 bond.




A Florida man with a penchant for breaking the law bit off a chunk of his boyfriend’s ear during a spat Friday morning.

31-year-old Bruce Tolbert and his boyfriend of two years got physical (in the bad way) at a home, and pulled a Mike Tyson on the victim.

Officer Max McDonald, while on the scene, noted “a portion of the victim’s left ear was missing.” The chunk of lobe “remained on the ground at the scene of the incident,” he said in his report.

Mr. Tolbert was arrested for aggravated domestic battery and is now being held in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $50,000 bond.

He’s been ordered to have no contact with the victim.

His priors include multiple arrests and convictions for grand theft, robbery, and carjacking.