- An eyebrow-raising clip of a woman who is celebrating her birthday attacking one of the guests at the celebration has been shared online
- In the video, the guests are singing Happy birthday when the birthday girl becomes upset and starts hitting one of the women who was standing near to her
- Many locals have shared suspicions that the woman was angered by the way in which the guest was singing the birthday song and admittedly it was not very good
A bizarre video of a fight taking place at a young woman's birthday party has amassed many reactions from local social media users who cannot believe how quickly things got out of hand has been shared online.
In the clip, the guests surround the birthday girl while singing the famous 'Happy Birthday' with a clear lacklustre. The young woman becomes infuriated and quickly starts hitting one of the ladies who was singing the worst.
To make the hectic situation even more terrible, the other guest quickly helps themselves to huge chunks of the cake while the birthday girl hands out slaps and punches.
You can watch the video here. Viewers' discretion is advised
Peeps could not believe their eyes and quickly commented on the video.
"I can hear some voices saying “let them fight we’ll just help ourselves with the cake."
"Cake is gone in a blink of an eye."
"The cake is disappearing like salt in boiling water"
Other fights caught on camera
A South African social media user, @kulanicool, recently headed online to share a clip of a very harrowing incident that took place publicly. In the clip that he shared, a woman can be seen basically attacking a man.
In the video, the pair appear to be buying food at a local KFC fast-food restaurant when suddenly things turn sour and the woman tries to take something out of the man's pocket, which he stops. She then proceeds to hit him a number of times.
"To live is to see," @kulanicool captioned the clip.
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Source: Briefly News