Friday's Little League brawl as shown on YouTube.
COLUMBUS, Ga. -- Friday afternoon a full-blown fight between two dads at a Little League game was caught on video and went viral over the weekend.
According to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, two men, Charles Davidson, 38, of Midland, Georgia, and Iram King, 36, of Catula, Georgia, were charged with disorderly conduct and ordered to appear in court in Columbus on August 16.
A police report said Davidson was playing loud music near the right field fence after the game when King and a woman, identified in the report as Rose King, came over and demanded Davidson turn down the music.
In the Ledger-Enquirer article, Pioneer Little League president Rich Chadwick said some team supporters bring their own music to play between innings, and before and after the games. The police report said Davidson turned down the music, but that words were exchanged between King and Davidson, which led to the brawl.
Part of the fracas was captured on video and posted to YouTube.
Little League administrators say the two men involved should be banned from attending Little League games in the future.