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MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Police in Memphis have charged at least four people after a fight broke out at a child-themed restaurant there.

The Commercial Appeal reported the ruckus Saturday night began when someone asked a woman how long she planned on being at a vending machine.

Police reports stated that when the woman said she “was going to take her time,” a man punched the woman, she and a companion fought back and the victim’s family got into the brawl.

Police said other customers panicked and fled the Chuck E. Cheese restaurant with their children.

Authorities charged Juaneka Key and Terrence Dickerson with disorderly conduct and inciting a riot.

Steven Henderson and Juanita Hopkins, who police said were shouting and cursing and making threats, are charged with disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.


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