Two fathers embarrassed themselves and set a terrible example for children when they started a brawl at a Little League baseball game in Columbus, Georgia over the weekend.
The fight reportedly started when Iram King, 36, told Charles Davidson, 38, to lower some music he was playing after a game between Northern Little League and Harris County on Friday evening, according to the Ledger-Enquirer newspaper.
Davidson, a Northern fan, lowered the radio, but the request sparked a bout of trash-talking between the two that eventually led to fisticuffs.
One witness told the paper that King, a Harris County fan, said, “I’m here to f- you up.”
“Well, here I am,” Davidson allegedly replied, before the two charged at one another.
As the brawl quickly escalates, a woman implores to no avail, “show some class!”
“There’s kids out here watching this stuff!” a man can also be heard yelling.
The video ends with Columbus police officers placing a man and a woman in handcuffs. Davidson and King were charged with disorderly conduct and have a court date scheduled for Aug. 16.
League officials said the two parents were an embarrassment to the south Georgia city.