A disturbing video captured the scene near a busy road in Saudi Arabia as a group of women wearing burqas got into a brawl.
The shocking video was filmed by a passing motorist in the capital city Riyadh, as the five women broke into a fight with one woman repeatedly dropping a small child.
The woman on the far left was seen holding a small child who is then dropped to the ground as the fighting ensues in broad daylight.
Amazingly, the women continued to fight as she attempted to pick the toddler up , but then drops the child again. The youngster appeared not to move for a few seconds after being repeatedly dropped.
None of the passing cars stopped to help or intervene and the driver filming the spectacle drove off before anything was resolved.
Viewers of the video were both shocked and amused by the scene.
That looked more like an infant and dropped that poor child TWICE on the pavement 😢
— Tina hayes (@TinaHayes01) September 12, 2018
Religion of peace.
— Joe O’Malley (@jomalley1964) September 12, 2018
New meaning to road rage.
— Glenda (@Glenda_JB) September 12, 2018
That looks so scary😨
— M Los Angeles (@MariaSical) September 12, 2018
Is it wrong that I find that mildly amusing? No need to answer.
— Ballix (@Ballix66) September 12, 2018
This is what happens when you don’t drink lol
— Guernica Jim (@guernicajim) September 12, 2018
This is like a Monty Python sketch… https://t.co/O1ZbJ3QvDF
— Darren Lock (@darren_lock) September 12, 2018
In the heat of the battle…you don’t really have much choice.. But damm how many times she gone drop da baby?? 🤐🤔🧐😧https://t.co/IAlsK8SDKK
— KeepYoEyezOpen (@IcePresents) September 12, 2018
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