Two women set great example for kids by brawling at Minnesota Children's Museum
Pet the turtles. Oggle at dinosaurs. Race the model boats. Watch adults beat the tar out of each other. Welcome to the Minnesota Children's Museum on a very special day.
Museum director Jessica Turgeon told KSTP that two women started fighting in front of the museum in downtown St. Paul on Sunday, pulling hair and throwing punches.
"They were fighting with each other and kind of just ran into the wall and it knocked a kind of person sized hole in the wall," Turgeon told the station.
St. Paul Police Sgt. Paul Schnell said the adults setting such a good example for the kids were caught on a security video, but no arrests have been made.
"It's strange and disturbing that parents would engage in this type of situation," he said, adding that charges were still possible.
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