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Woman flashes boobs to sports crowd sparking brawl as fan yells ‘there are kids’

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A brawl kicked off at a racing event after a woman flashed her boobs to the crowd – and it was all caught on camera.

The video, which was originally posted on TikTok and later shared onto Twitter, shows another woman lecturing the over-excited fan as she pulls down her top while holding her beer with her teeth.

The woman in the grey and black hoodie approaches her and repeatedly yells: "There's children!"

She then turns around to the crowd and explains her reason but is booed by the fans.

The enraged fan then starts confronting those around her when she is cruelly doused in beer as she walks towards some men.

The video ends by showing her running towards the group and pushing them off their seats.

It happened at Anaheim 1 Supercross event at Angel Stadium on Saturday (January 8).

A spokesperson for the police said; "We responded to two fight calls in the view level that resulted in ejections but neither mentioned anything about a woman flashing, and no arrests/citations were made in either incident."

Viewers were divided and some sided with the woman in glasses as one wrote: "There are plenty of places flashes girl can show boobs and probably make good money doing it.

"No need to do it for attention in a stadium full of kids. We should all hate it when there's a race going on and someone interrupts."

Another added: "If adults didn't make such a big deal out of it, the kids wouldn't notice it either. No one would be offended, no one should be."

In September, a 50-year-old woman was charged after allegedly flashing her breasts at a group of children at a park in Scotland.

She allegedly pulled her top down to expose her chest in front of around 20 children and the incident has left some youngsters "petrified".

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