23 kids in a UFC brawl…at Breakneck Lane

Note to everyone: If you’re going to have a twenty-three person UFC battle royale, please get it on YouTube. Secondary note to everyone: If you’re going to have a twenty-three person UFC battle royale, it must be at a place called Breakneck Lane. If all of the following are present, you’re going to probably be imprisoned for a very long time…just before you carve your place in YouTube history (right next to Kimbo Slice). Last week in Connecticut twenty-three kids were arrested for organizing a brawl that was supposedly based off of UFC. To elevate the level of rawesomeness, they held it at Breakneck Lane.

MILFORD — Twenty-three young people were arrested Wednesday afternoon after a backyard slugfest patterned after “Ultimate Fighting Championship” contests.

The brawl took place behind a home at 25 Breakneck Lane, off Meadowside Road and near Meadowside School, police said, and 14 of those arrested were minors.

After police learned of the planned fight, extra patrols were dispatched to schools on the west side to monitor activity at dismissal time, said Officer Vaughan Dumas, the police spokesman.

As officers arrived at the Breakneck Lane home, several youths knocked down fences in surrounding yards attempting to flee, Dumas said.

“This was the first time we’ve seen a planned fight like this, with scheduled bouts leading to a championship,” Dumas said. “We want parents to know that this is happening and to be aware of it.” The combatants were youthful offenders and cannot be named, he said.

All 23 arrested were charged with trespassing and creating a public disturbance.

First a dude falls out a window for reenacting a ‘UFC move’ (whatever that means) and now 23 kids all simultaneously decided they wanted to feel what it was like to get punched in the face at exactly the same time. Casual drunken meatheads ftw. [Source]

Published on September 28, 2009 at 12:46 pm
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