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Internet Fight Video Goes Viral for Brawl That Never Happened

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Yet another video of a street fight has captured the internet's attention.

This time, however, it was not because of the action but because of the bravery and wisdom a bystander showed by stepping to mediate the situation.

In the video, two young men are seen brawling in the middle of a street in Atlantic City, N.J., as their peers hit record on their phones, and egg them on.

But before things get too rough, a man approaches and shames the group. "Everybody on your phones though, all y'all, y'all the real cowards. Record that too," the man, later identified as Ibn Ali, says in the video.

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Dindus Shoot Up Pizza Joint Because They Got The Wrong Toppings

Nashville shooting spurred by wrong pizza toppings, police say

The Tennessean | 2017-03-15T18:57:44.157Z

Three teenagers are accused of firing gunshots from a car at a market on D.B. Todd Boulevard in Nashville Tuesday because they were given a pizza with the wrong toppings, according to police.

Djuan Bowers, 18, Tynerick Turner, 17, and a 16-year-old are each charged with 12 counts of aggravated assault, unlawful handgun possession and vehicle theft, police said.

The shots were fired at the D.B. Todd Market from a white Honda Accord police said was reported stolen.

A North Precinct undercover detective was conducting surveillance in the area and witnessed the gunfire at 2 p.m., police said.

The detective followed the car to a house on 32nd Avenue North while calling for backup. The three teens in the vehicle were taken into custody.

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Another Baby-Face Dindu Assassin

Teen charged in Baltimore home invasion

Tiriq Gray, 17, charged as adult, police say


Tiriq Gray

SOURCE: Baltimore Police Department

White Teen charged as adult in Cecil County Walmart stabbing

Looks like no Walmart in the state is completely safe.

Maryland State Police Tyler Vermilyea SOURCE: Maryland State Police

Teen charged as adult in Cecil County stabbing

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