Skip to comments.Woman faces charges after attack at Chuck E. Cheese's
Posted on 07/08/2012 3:11:32 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
Police took one woman into custody tonight after they said she walked into the Monroeville Chuck E. Cheese's with a brick and a knife and started a fight.
Sources said a man was having a birthday party for his son inside the restaurant on Route 22 when his ex-girlfriend walked into the building about 7:30 p.m. and attacked his new girlfriend.
The new girlfriend was taken to UPMC Mercy to be treated for a non-life-threatening wound to the back of her head, officials said.
Another woman who tried to intervene in the fight was bitten in the chest. Her wound was cleaned at the scene.
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That place seems to be a regular battle ground rather than a place for children to play.
Worthless without pictures.
That is one of the problems with attempts to package fun and sell it as a commodity, sometimes the reality of human craziness intrudes. That’s one party the kids are going to remember.
Wholesome family atmosphere bump.
Nothing good ever happens at Chuck E Cheese after 12.....noon
Is it on youtube yet?
Baby mama drama. It's more of a reflection on our lack of morality today. The guy is there with a son mothered by God knows who along with a "new" girlfriend. His old girlfriend comes in and goes ape because she's not part of the family. Who knows what the relationships are nowdays.
I don't think it happens very frequently but when it does it get more publicity because of the juxtaposition of family and fun with violence and drama.
Something about a large family event brings out the fun in dysfunction. Weddings, funerals, birthday and anniversary celebrations, here comes at least one self-centered grudge bearer who just cannot imagine that it’s really not about her, or him. Invite them to “keep the peace” and you get nothing of the sort. Decline to invite and then it really hits the fan. Rock and a hard place, or brick and a hard head in this instance.
Unruly, undisciplined, wild, uncouth are the tip of the iceberg...
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Another woman who tried to intervene in the fight was bitten in the chest.
Just think of the physics behind that for a second.
Chuck E. Cheese. Where black and white trash bring their kids to learn manners.
My younger sister was in labor (10-plus pound baby boy) and she called us before things really got rolling to give us an update. I told her, “Things could be worse, honey...you could be at Chuck E. Cheese.” She said, “Oh my G*d...you’re right...”
A couple years ago my daughter and I stopped for an early dinner of pizza after a long afternoon shopping. It turned out to be similar to Chuck E. Cheese. Boy were we glad to get done eating as the dinner crowd rolled in! And they served alcohol.
You are better off with picts. They will not look like supermodels.
As for the “Putz Gazette” this rag pumps out a steady stream of liberal sewage. Fridays Editoral contained a Obama mash note that was so sickening it should have had a “Mr Yuk” sticker attached to it.
The Editor should just write editorals titled: Why Conservatives suck or Fetuses: Who needs them?
When my son was six he and his little cousin were in the ball pit at the rat shack when a larger, older kid decided to start throwing the balls at his cousin’s face.
My son became enraged at this abuse of his small cousin by this larger, older child and began winging balls back into the bully’s face.
The bully stood up, so my son stood up. Then my son clotheslined the bully. The bully tried to stand up again. Whack, another forearm to the throat. This went on a few more times. The larger, older kid looked confused and scurried off.
I had told him that he wasn’t allowed to punch someone unless they hit him first. I guess he didn’t think swinging his meaty forearm at a kid’s throat counted.
I didn’t see any of this, it was all witnessed by his uncle, who let boys be boys and settle it themselves.
Anyway, the point of the story is that it is hell in the ball pit at chuck e cheese. An African watering hole could hardly see more vicious wildlife.
I witnessed a cat fight in a Chuck E. Cheese several years ago in Reseda, California. Two huge women started arguing, and one of them was holding a boxed pizza in one hand, and a baby in the other arm. The other woman reared backed and b**ch-slapped her. She went down, still holding the baby, but the pizza went flying the other direction. That’s when I took my kids and left and haven’t been back to one since.
And oldie but goodie from the Wall Street Journal: Calling All Cars: Trouble at Chuck E. Cheese's, Again
Location, location, location.... I’ve been to 2 Chuck E. Cheese restaurants that were wonderful experiences for my kids. They were clean, bright and not packed with people. The children were fairly well behaved with attentive parents. My daughter had a wonderful birthday party. The third experience was waiting in one while my car was being fixed. It was packed with out of control kids, little parental intervention, and I expected a gang fight at any minute. Guess the predominant demographics at the different locations. Sad.