An online video appears to show a group of parents who are accused of exchanging punches outside of a California high school.
The video, shows a handful of people, mostly women, in a parking lot of what was identified as Tahquitz High School, which is located on Tital Trail in Hemet, attacking each other, some on the ground, some barefoot.
“It’s horrible to hear something like that that’s happening at your student’s school,” said one parent. “That’s not a good example at all,” CBS Los Angeles reported.
The parents are depicted kicking one another, throwing punches and pulling hair in what could be described as a no holds barred mixed martial arts tag team contest in which all rules of decency — as well as sportsmanship — were tossed out the window.
“Think about it before you do it in front of your kids. It’s one thing behind closed doors. It’s another thing when there are no kids around but when you are there with kids, it’s just not an example you want to set,” mother Amber Pifundi told the station.
Several of the parents reportedly reside at the same apartment complex where the dispute allegedly arose.
“They say this, they say that. This one gets on Twitter and calls the other girl a … it’s a bunch of girls fighting over [expletive] boys,” said a neighbor.
School officials were saddened over the display, which happened on the final day of the school year, according to a district spokesperson.
Parents say this type of behavior gives Hemet a bad name, and that those involved should be ashamed.
“I moved here without knowing about the city and we’ve only been here a year and we’re already leaving,” said a resident.
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So sad that this was a kids graduation night and all these adults are acting like idiots!!! Disgusting people, get your act together and think of your kids first for a change!!!
Children learn what they see. It all starts in the home people!
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