- Images of a fight that broke out inside a Toppers Pizza location were shared on social media.
- In the video you can see several employees climbing on top of the man while trying to get him out of the kitchen.
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A massive fight broke out inside a Toppers Pizza location, in which four employees attempted to restrain a man by repeatedly punching and grabbing him.
In the video, which was shared on social media platform X this week, a black man can be seen fighting with one of the unknown store’s employees.
As the two distance themselves, the employee throws a punch at the man who dodges it and immediately returns with a volley of savage punches.
The black man advances and knocks the employee to the ground while two other employees, including a woman, grab the man.
The employee who was originally hit manages to stand up while the employee grabs him.
As he begins to defend himself, the employee can be heard saying, “Don’t touch me.”
He then begins scratching the man’s hair and face, before the man runs back toward the employee who initially threw the punch.
He punches the employee again, before three workers climb up on the man and corner him, ripping his shirt in the process.
After several workers backed away, the man continues to fight with only one of the employees.
In an attempt to get the man to stop, the employee grabs the back of his shirt and tears it further.
After managing to free themselves, the four employees continue to grab the man as the video ends.
Sharing the video on social media, user @NotUrAvgBull tagged the company and said, “Is this how they treat customers?”
In response to the video, which was originally posted Thursday night, Toppers tweeted saying, “We do not tolerate any type of violence.” “Thank you for bringing this to our attention and we apologize for what happened.”
It is still unclear in which branch of the pizza chain the fight began and when it occurred.
DailyMail.com has contacted Toppers Pizza for further comment on the video.
Toppers Pizza has more than 70 locations in numerous states across the country, and its first location opened in Whitewater, Wisconsin, in 1993.
In 2018, police had to be called to a California pizzeria in Newark when a massive fight broke out over a missing iPhone, which turned out to be in the lost and found area the entire time.
It erupted after a girl missing her phone approached a group to see if they had seen it, but quickly descended into chaos, with video showing two large groups of people exchanging blows and shouting at each other. .
Newark police officers had to ask for help from officers from the Fremont Police Department due to the magnitude of the fight.
Police said the fight eventually broke up and only minor injuries were reported. No arrests were made.
Later, when officers began investigating the incident, the restaurant manager discovered that the missing phone had been turned into lost and found hours earlier.