MUST SEE: Brawl breaks out at Charlotte Golden Corral

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are investigating after a massive brawl broke out inside a busy Golden Corral in University City, and it was all caught on camera.

In the videos two employees can be seen fighting, all while bringing down chairs and tables with families sitting nearby.

In one video, you can see employees separating the fight and escorting one woman away from the scene.

CMPD is still investigating what caused the fight. The person who recorded the video said one woman may have taken something from the other.

The brawl happened on Sunday around 4 p.m. at the Golden Corral off North Tryon Street.

"People bring their family here," Cesar Garza, a customer, said. "To see that is embarrassing."

Channel 9 showed the video to customers who said it is completely inappropriate and they have doubts about bringing their kids to the restaurant now.

"I wouldn't want them to see that because I don't act like that around them," said Ja'Kee Connor, a customer.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Golden Corral said, "At Golden Corral, we hold our team members to high standards and require them to always conduct themselves in a professional manner. We are disappointed in the unacceptable behavior that was displayed in one of our restaurants recently, and we have dismissed the employee responsible. We deeply regret that this incident occurred and apologize to our guests. We look forward to serving them in the future."

Two victims were listed on the CMPD police report but they were not home. A spokesperson for CMPD says no charges have been filed.

Statement from Golden Corral:

"At Golden Corral, we hold our team members to high standards and require them to always conduct themselves in a professional manner. We are disappointed in the unacceptable behavior that was displayed in one of our restaurants recently, and we have dismissed the employee responsible. We deeply regret that this incident occured and apologize to our guests. We look forward to serving them in the future."

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