A brawl broke out Tuesday after graduation ceremonies at a Maryland high school.
The fight was caught on camera and now people are facing charges.
In just four Vine posts Tuesday afternoon that's less than 30 seconds of video graduation for the "Randallstown high school class of 20-14" became known for what happened outside the ceremony. A fight. With men and women throwing punches. Some bystanders piling on others trying to break it up. There appears to be a pregnant woman in the mix. And from what we can tell at least two of the people are wearing a "cap and gown." a Baltimore County Schools spokesman calls this scene "disappointing."
"We feel for the graduates." Communications Chief Michael Dickerson says. "Today was supposed to be about the culmination of their high school career, and instead, we're focusing on the inappropriate behavior of others." behavior which he adds "will not be tolerated."
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