- “The Miami Bully Takeover” shut down after a violent brawl broke out, per the Miami Herald.
- Video footage of the fighting shows attendees hurling chairs and throwing punches at each other.
- There were no arrests or injuries, according to a spokesperson for the event.
A Miami dog show was shut down after a violent brawl broke out, according to the Miami Herald.
The Miami Bully Takeover, a show for dog lovers, descended into chaos on Saturday night at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel near Miami International Airport, the Herald reported.
The fight broke out at about 7 pm, according to a spokesperson for the event, after two women argued over something minor.
The situation escalated quickly, and others became involved, spokesperson Vivian Pedroso told the Miami Herald. The video showed dog owners scooping up their pets and leaving the scene quickly.
Pedroso said that security guards gained control of the situation within minutes. No arrests were made, she said.
There were no injuries to humans or dogs reported, the spokesperson added.
Video footage of the chaos, shared to Instagram by filmmaker Billy Corben, shows tens of attendees of the dog show brawling.
The clip shows people hurling folding chairs, wrestling other attendees to the ground, and throwing punches.
At one point in the footage, a topless man can be seen being restrained by security guards.
The incident caused the event to be shut down early, per the Herald.