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Nebraska bikini boxing devolves into brawl — police forced to use pepperball guns to break it up

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Omaha police were forced to use pepperball guns to disperse a crowd Friday, after various audience members broke into fights in the arena hosting a bikini boxing event.

According to the Omaha World-Herald, “barely clad women” refused to leave the Ralston Arena because they had not yet been paid for their match. But police demanded that they leave.

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“You had a lot of people who came for a fight,” Omaha Police Lt. Melissa Gillick said of the approximately 1,000 people who came to see the women.

The arena’s general manager told police and reporters that the fights broke out during the next-to-last fight when one person was in another person’s way.

See a small video of the fights below:


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