- Fight breaks out among parents at a secondary school graduation in Tennessee, United States
- Arlington High School graduating students were left in shock after four parents at the ceremony started fighting each other
- The four women were filmed by one of the graduating students' sister who came to celebrate her sister’s graduation
Four women at a secondary school graduation have been filmed fighting each other during the ceremony.
On Tuesday, May 16, the women were seen fighting each other at Arlington High School in Tennessee, United States.
The ceremony which was held at Bellevue Baptists Church turned upside after the women stole the spotlight from the graduating seniors.
NAIJ.com gathered that the women were filmed by an Instagram user, Kasidy Landry, who was at the ceremony for her graduating sister, Tayler Landry.
In the video, it could be seen that one of the women lunged at another woman who was sitting beside her before two other women joined the fight and it became a fight between two groups.
The reason for the dishonourable incident was, however, not discovered.
Arlingtom County Community Schools released a statement saying that the adults caused a distraction that disrupted the purpose of the ceremony.
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Jeffery Mayo, the community’s chief of staff said: "It is our hope that the focus will shift to our students and their accomplishments instead of the poor decisions by adults in attendance."
According to Mayo, the incident did not stop the graduation because it started before the event, adding that the 500 graduates earned a sum of 30.6 million dollars in scholarship.
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