Cellphone video showing a fight at a San Antonio bar has gone viral.
San Antonio police confirmed that officers responded just before 10:30 p.m. Sunday to a fight at Ojos Locos sports bar, KENS-TV reported.
The incident happened as dozens of people were at the bar to watch the U.S. vs. Mexico Gold Cup soccer game.
The nine-second video, posted by Facebook user Eddie Aguilar, appears to show several people throwing punches at each other and a police officer trying to separate people. As of Wednesday afternoon, the video had more than 200,000 views.
One witness wrote on Twitter, "Ojos Locos was lit and all but (people) gotta learn how to not fight then their drinking. ... 2 fights broke out. There was literally a train of 3 (people) choking each other. I seriously never thought I'd see the day when that happened."
The Ojos Locos corporate office released the following statement to WOAI-TV: "It was obviously an ugly, isolated incident, but thanks to the efforts of our security team and the police, no one was seriously injured."
No one has been arrested in the incident, police said. San Antonio police and the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission are investigating.
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