SEE IT: NJ Police Investigating Chair-throwing Brawl At Denny's

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America’s diner is all the time open, however not for preventing.

A big brawl broke out at Denny’s in Vineland, N.J. on Saturday that concerned tables and chairs being thrown via the air.

Video of the incident was posted on Fb by Jariito Excia.

The video clip exhibits chairs being thrown by clients which got here crashing down onto plates of pancakes. Individuals had been screaming whereas attempting to keep away from getting caught within the crossfire.

Idney Maria Langston additionally shared video of the Denny’s on Fb after the brawl broke out. The aftermath footage exhibits chairs littered all through the restaurant, smashed plates of meals, torn up napkins and utensils scattered on the bottom.

Police are nonetheless uncertain what precisely induced the brawl to breakout.

The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Workplace known as the battle “nonsense” in a Fb put up.

“It is unlucky to the patrons on the restaurant, the proprietor of the institution and to the group that people would behave in such a fashion at a public institution,” the put up learn. “Nobody in our group must be involved that they could face this kind of nonsensical habits after they exit for a chunk to eat. That’s the reason we want your assist to determine the people concerned and prosecute them to the total extent of the regulation for CRIMINAL MISCHIEF.”

Vineland Police are additionally presently investigating the brawl that occurred on the Denny’s. They’re asking anybody with details about the incident or can determine the folks within the video to contact 856-696-1212.

Police stated ideas will also be nameless.

 
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