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Wild Fight Breaks Out in NYC Diamond District

It happened at the World’s Largest Jewelry Exchange.




A brawl broke out Monday in a jewelry marketplace in Manhattan.

It happened at the World’s Largest Jewelry Exchange in the Diamond District, the New York Post reports. Things got so wild that one of the scrappers’ pants fell down twice.

Several men were involved in the ruckus, according to reports. No injuries were reported among sellers or customers. Watch video of the brawl here.

The melee went on for several minutes before police and security managed to break it up, said one witness, who owns a business at the marketplace.

The New York Police Department told the Post that it did not have a complaint report in connection with the brawl.




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