Outrageous Brawl At Little League Game Caught On Camera!

By Alexis TereszcukRadar Entertainment Editor

Baseball dads gone wild! 

An afternoon little league game turned violent in Georgia after what started with two dads fighting each other turned into a full-blown brawl and it was all caught on camera!

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The Northern Little League vs. Harris County game in Columbus was over when dads Iram King, 36, and Charles Davidson, 38, got into a fight over music that Davidson was playing and ended up throwing punches at each other and rolling around on the ground, repeatedly hitting each other.

King apparently told Davidson to turn down the music he was playing after the game was over, and when he refused an eyewitness said he threatened: “I’m here to f**k you up,” according to the Ledger-Enquirer.

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As the men were fighting on the ground at the children’s baseball game several other parents tried to break up the fight and ended up getting pulled to the ground and the situation turned into a huge brawl.

“Hey, be grownups guys, come on,” an onlooker yelled, and a child can be heard shouting, “Someone needs to call the police!”

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Other parents are yelling at those fighting to stop, saying “Get away from each other, set an example guys, come on!”

The president of Pioneer Little League, Rich Chadwick, was at the game and said the parents “ought to be barred from all the Little League youth sports,” Fox News reported.

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The police eventually showed up and arrested King and Davidson, and they were charged with one count of disorderly conduct.

Watch the brawling dads below:


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