VIDEO: Southeast Side, Chicago girl-fight caught on tape

Written By Chicago News Report on Monday, March 12, 2012 | 3/12/2012 10:24:00 PM

A group of sophisticated ladies were caught on video misbehaving at a house party on Chicago's Southeast Side.

The exact date of occurrence, as well as the exact location of this incident, is unknown.

However, one of the so-called women involved in the brawl threatened to get her crew from "71st Street" to really get things started.

So, based on her statement and the layout of the apartment, we are assuming this ghetto-affair went down somewhere near East 71st Street - possibly in South Shore.

In the seven minutes and forty-six seconds long video, the female attackers pulled each others hair/wigs/weaves and threw bottles at one another.

It appears that at least one woman, seen in the photo on the left, received a black eye during the melee.

Unsurprisingly, none of the alleged men at the party stepped in and stopped the madness before anyone got hurt. In fact, some of them seemed to be enjoying the senseless violence.

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