Someone Threw a Shoe at a Baby During Black Friday Shopping Craziness

Someone Threw a Shoe at a Baby During Black Friday Shopping Craziness

Someone Threw a Shoe at a Baby During Black Friday Shopping Craziness

They were treated by paramedics for minor injuries.

Black Friday shopping also turned violent outside the Columbia Mall in Missouri, reported ABC 17.

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It's been Black Friday for over 24 hours, aka longer than an actual fucking day, because capitalism.

According to, police closed the Riverchase Galleria mall in Hoover, AL at 11:20 p.m. on Thursday after responding to the brawls.

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The fight happened on the second floor of the mall.

The incident occurred early on Thanksgiving night when several fights broke out at the Riverside Galleria in Birmingham, Alabama. No one was transported to the hospital. Officers said the fights were not over sales, but of a personal nature.

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The mall is set to reopen today at 6 a.m. and will remain open until 10 p.m. In Missouri, a gun was sacked at Columbia Mall in Columbia, Missouri, ABC 17 News reported early Friday morning. Police said they would have additional officers on duty. The gunshot left an unidentified 19-year-old with serious, life-threatening injuries. Reports of gunfire quickly spread on social media, but authorities said reports of shots fired were not confirmed and no one was shot. A YouTube video of the brawl hit the internet on Friday, prompting news coverage from a number of sites, including the Daily Caller.

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