Hello all, today I was witness to a "chick fight", between one girl that I knew and another whom I didn't. They were arguing about something and I
wasn't quite paying attention at the time. However I heard people react to something so I looked back and the girl that I knew was on the ground and
this other chick was hitting her in the head. The girl on the ground was trying to cover her face but this other B* kept on hitting her AND
there was already blood on the ground. I was about 20 feet away at the time, so I start running toward them I grabbed the chick that was still hitting
and I pushed her to the ground (note, I did not hit her). Then I go over to the other girl and she's in shock and stuff and her face is a little
bloody (found out later she had a deep cut in her eyebrow).
Anyway then the B* that I pushed to the ground has the nerve to get in my face and tell me I can't do that!
Can you believe that S*!? I apparently cant stop her from sending someone to the emergency room!
Then she continues to tell me I shouldn't have pushed her and that I shouldn't even have gotten involved because it was none of my business!!! Boy
did she push it...
Now what really pissed me off is the fact there were 4 other guys there and they did nothing to stop this, they sort of huddled around them and were
standing there with this stupid grin on their face and at least one was cheering. And they all got upset and looked at me like I spoiled a great show
when I intervened. NONE
went to check the girl on the ground, ok they didn't know her but still there's blood on the ground and you cant even
go over to check her!?
So I ask you, was I wrong!? Was I suppose to stand there like an idiot and do nothing because as another guy said to me it was a "chick fight" and
"we don't get involved with that"? Because it would "stop eventually", EVENTUALLY!?
WTF was he thinking. Anyway as you can see this pisses
me off quite a bit, so, what was I suppose to so?
Note, all quotes are actual. And in case you're wondering the people in question were all in their late teens.
[edit on 29-8-2006 by WestPoint23]