A vicious, protracted brawl broke out over a pizza in a fast food outlet at 2am on a Sunday morning in Canada.
Paul Michael, 23, was at the restaurant when the brawl began at.
He said it started when a woman entered the restaurant on Queen Street by Broadview Avenue, Toronto and complained that her pizza order was late.
'They didn't call her to tell her it was ready so in the middle of the Pizza Pizza, she started screaming how she wasn't satisfied,' Michael told TheStar.com.
'She was making this big scene and then someone else said something and one person just started grabbing another.
'So everything just started going crazy,' he said.
Michael started recording the scene and the video has been watched more than 300,000 times on YouTube.
'Everyone started pushing each other,' he said. 'I don't know how those other people really got involved. I just sat there and filmed the whole event.'
Toronto police were called at 3:04 a.m. and one person was charged with public intoxication.
Police said that approximately 10 people were involved in the fight, but there were no criminal charges laid.
In the video, two girls cradle their precious pizza as they cower away from the escalating brawl.
Staff pile over the counter presumably to try to break-up the fight.
A man holds a pizza box high above the warring throng as approximately seven people fight.
One of the staff members seems to separate the two angry sides but then a splinter fight breaks out.
A girl then picks up a chair and looks as if she is going to try to hit someone with it but other people hold her back.
Things seem to have calmed down a little until a woman headlong charges into a few people and then seems to evict another person from the business.
A girl in a blue dress is then dragged by her hair along the floor.
Another woman attacks a woman who is still lashing out while a man tries to restrain her.
Reaction to the fight was animated on Youtube after the video was posted.
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