SEE IT: Teens flout NYC social distancing rules in Brooklyn street brawl
A group of teens brawled outside an apartment building on Mother Gaston Blvd in Brownsville, Brooklyn.(Facebook)
A group of teens were caught on camera flouting social distancing rules as they brawled outside a Brooklyn apartment building, video posted on social media shows.
The nearly two and a half-minute clip recorded Thursday afternoon and posted on Facebook shows nearly two dozen teens pushing, shoving and punching each other outside an apartment building on Mother Gaston Blvd. near Eastern Parkway in Brownsville.
Some of the teens jumped up on parked cars and ran into the middle of the street, blocking vehicles trying to pass through, the video shows.
“This is no mother f------ social distancing, this is getting into it!” the man recording the video says from inside a passing car.
“This is like some World War Z s---, yo!” the man said, referencing the zombie apocalypse movie staring Brad Pitt.
Police arrived within minutes and broke up the fight, with one cop grabbing a young woman — wearing a mask — and throwing her into the street, the video shows.
The window to the apartment building was shattered, but no injuries were reported.
An NYPD spokeswoman said that cops were called to the scene after someone reported two people with a firearm.
No weapons were recovered, nor was anyone arrested or given a summons, the spokeswoman said.