Chicago ‘WWE Chairs Fight’ At Rock N’ Roll McDonald’s Caught On Video

In Chicago, a battle not unlike a “WWE chairs fight” broke out in the early hours of Saturday at the well-known Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonald’s, police say.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, a research team at Ohio State University found a possible link between academic achievement and fast-food. In a separate incident, Chicago Ridge Mall was fully evacuated and closed on Saturday evening after reports of shots being fired and a food fight.

Shocking cell phone footage of the Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonald’s chairs fight rumble was posted online by an anonymous source later Saturday. It shows a group of men viciously beating another man with aluminum chairs.

Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Hector Alfaro confirmed that police were called about 1 a.m. to a fight at the restaurant. But police haven’t reviewed the video because “there was minor property damage and no injuries reported, so there is no further ongoing investigation,” Alfaro said according to Sun Times.

An unspecified number of people involved in the fight ran away before officers arrived, Alfaro said.

No one was taken to a hospital from the restaurant but there was minor property damage, Alfaro said.

According to police, the McDonald’s incident was not connected to another large altercation at Navy Pier downtown about 7:45 p.m. Friday. A woman was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries and five people were arrested for reckless conduct after at least 30 people were involved in a series of disturbances at the tourist hotspot.

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