In a video clip posted on social media, the moment two women were beaten in the “La Fortuna” shopping center in Cali, claiming a case of adultery.
According to transcripts posted on social platforms, a strong fight could have arisen after the women, who would be the wife and lover of an unfaithful man, gathered in the commercial center of the capital, Valle del Cauca.
The spectators indicated that the supposed lover who would go shopping with the infidel in this popular trade would have met and met the wife. After throwing insults at each other, they decide to take the blows.
A fight between two women at La Fortuna 😳 shopping mall
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In this battle, which took place in one of the “La Fortuna” lanes, some merchants and buyers tried to separate the women who clutched their hair and threw their fists, while others fueled discord among the women.
The song “Dele, dele” is heard in the narrow lane as onlookers showed heavy fighting while others tried to calm them down.
An act of intolerance in which a group of waitresses beat, pulled hair, and even threw chairs at a client who might have been a client, spread widely on the morning of February 7 in the country, as two videos were circulated on social media.
The identity of those involved is not known, but what is known is that the altercation took place in the bar area of the Palmetto Plaza shopping center, in Cali (Valle del Cauca), last Saturday.
In one audio-visual recording, a waitress in a pink T-shirt is first observed struggling with another woman, presumably the customer. It is also the moment when, despite some citizens’ insistence to avoid fighting, their co-workers join the fight.
Someone from afar threw the black chairs from the foundation on him, while some men tried to stop them. In addition, in the recording, one of the employees was heard shouting: “Go to this pe% $ # Hij &% $, what does Liliana say, ie Liliana here?”
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