Massive beach brawl after sunbather asks youngsters to turn music down

A massive brawl erupted at a popular beach when a group of sunbathers clashed with teenagers over the volume of their music.

Tempers flared on the crowded beach area in the Argentinian province of Buenos Aires.

Hordes of people were at La Perla beach in Mar del Plata to enjoy the summer sun and a fight broke out when one group began playing their music too loudly for some of their fellow beachgoers' tastes.

According to local media, the brawl started after one beachgoer approached a group of youngsters in the car park next to the beach near Florsibelo Acosta and asked them to turn the volume down.

Reports said the teens had parked their car next to the beach and were playing their music loudly with the car’s doors open, despite other beachgoers complaining.


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The footage shows then how a lot of people get involved in a mad scrum on the packed beach while the music is still playing loud.

Several men can be seen fighting among the beach umbrellas while another man is seen lifting a stick in the middle of the crowd.

A woman is also heard saying: “Call the police!".

The clip ends with the camera recording a girl next to a car who is heard shouting: “What are you filming?”

Local reports claimed after the scuffle broke out several people who fled the scrum claimed they returned to their sunbathing spots to find their possessions had been nicked.

Beachgoers called the police but the youths had reportedly left the area by the time officers arrived.

Local authorities are trying to  trace the group of youngsters and the VW Fox car seen in the footage.

No arrests have been reported.

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