Police guard primary school after two mothers brawl

The Mirror is reporting that police are standing guard outside a primary school following a brawl between two mothers.

Officers were called to break up the scrap between the pair at the end of the day at Beechwood Primary School in Plymouth, Devon.

The fight – which was reportedly the result of an ‘ongoing feud’ – left one of the women with minor injuries.

A shocked onlooker said of the incident: “It seems like it is an ongoing feud.

“There was a CCTV camera above where it happened and there has been a police presence at the school ever since.”

She added that the mothers started brawling in the queue for the pre-school at around 3pm on January 19.

Police said the row was resolved by an agreement between the women, who both have children at the school…

Mirror Online has contacted Beechwood Primary School for comment on the latest incident.

More at: Police guard primary school after two mothers brawl while waiting to pick up their children


This is the second story we’ve had like this in just the past few days – not good, is it?

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  1. thiskidsthinkin

    Wonder if they went on like kids saying “It was her started it”…”No, it was her started it!” Can we give parents detention or reflection rooms?

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