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Teapots go flying in HK restaurant fight

AsiaOne | Saturday, Aug 2, 2014

A fight between two groups of people at a restaurant in Hong Kong turned violent when members of both groups started to use items such as chairs to attack each other.

In a video posted on Youtube, the incident, which apparently occurred at a restaurant in Hong Kong's Sha Kok Estate, began when the two groups lined up on either side of a table, with finger-pointing from both sides and heated words being exchanged.

Two men then started to grapple with each other, before another man took a teapot from a nearby table and used it to attack a man from the other group.

Hot water from the teapot splashed everywhere and a woman could be heard screaming.

The men then began flinging chairs at each other.

The man holding the teapot once again used it to attack the other man, before restaurant staff and other patrons, including an elderly lady, stepped in to restrain them and stop the fight.

At the end of the video, two women were heard arguing loudly as some of those who had been fighting were seen leaving the restaurant.

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