- A large group of girls were captured fighting outside a Detroit branch of burger chain Shake Shack.
- The altercation began inside and continued outside in the parking lot, according to Fox 2.
- Shake Shack told the outlet it was disturbed by what happened and has launched an investigation.
A mass brawl that apparently began inside a Shake Shack branch and spilled out into the parking lot was captured on video.
The altercation, which witnesses say fizzled out after a few minutes, involved a group of 10-12 teenage girls, according to Fox 2.
A witness also suggested that the girls may have been employed there, due to the logo on their shirts, although Insider has been unable to confirm this. Shake Shack did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Witness Jason Taylor told Fox 2: “I’m looking and I see the green burger (logo) on their shirts and I said they’re the Shake Shack girls,” of seeing the group of women brawling in a parking lot outside of the burger chain. “I told my cousin, ‘No Shake Shack today, buddy.'”
Taylor also told the outlet: “A girl flew over the chain with a juice bottle and was hitting the girl in the head with it. I didn’t try to break up anything because it’s Detroit, anything can happen.”
Detroit police said no police report was filed, according to Fox 2.
The fast-food chain told FOX 2 it is “disturbed by what happened and are launching an investigation” and that could mean disciplinary action, adding “safety for customers and staff is number 1.”
There have been several reports of violence at other fast-food premises in recent weeks.
In June, Memphis police reportedly arrested two customers who started a shooting in Burger King because their chicken sandwich had too much hot sauce, as Insider’s Grace Dean reported.
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