Another day another fight

Post by Mark

According to Aboflan this fight took place awhile ago at The Avenues. [YouTube]


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  1. Russian says:

    I don’t know what is happening with people, where is patience, tolerance??? why this frustration and anger?

  2. G says:

    The only positive thing I have to say about this video is at least people tried to break it up.

    On another note people need to grow up. I think some people still need their parents to hold their hands everywhere.

    الله يحفظ الكويت وأهلها

  3. Anon says:

    What happened to the new combat ready security guys @ Avenues? Were they bird watching?

  4. Acerboy says:

    From what I see it’s to middle aged men and a lady also in it ! I won’t be surprised by knowing the reason of fight !

  5. Bogi says:

    Happy new fight!

  6. zaitsev says:

    someone should seriously get “BLACK WATER” to Kuwait.. those guys don’t break up a fight.. they break the fighters neck..

    • Nathan says:

      They are now known as Academi. Before they changed their name they were Xe services. Before that they were known as Blackwater USA. And before that Blackwater Worldwide.

      Why did they change their name? So that they sound boring to the public.

    • Dessert Girl says:

      Why should Kuwait just receive the fish always? Fishermen must rise from Kuwait’s own children and I believe they can make it possible.

    • Brandon says:

      Really ? We don’t need private mercenaries here in Kuwait. Adding fuel to the fire.

  7. Rayboy says:

    Another favorite past time.



  9. Rayjay says:

    Bottom-line is this – The Avenues Mall needs to train their security staff along the lines of this level of violence. When Kim K came to Kuwait they had to hire all those guys from the gym, maybe they should hire them permantently on their staff. The security at this mall is the problem, so until they upgrade the security the people will not feel safe at this mall and this will affect this mall economically. Kuwait does have anger issues and this stems from the dysfunctional government.

  10. Kuwait says:

    Another person not holding the phone HORIZONTAL to shoot a video…

  11. Hello says:

    People are taking out their personal frustrations on others, resulting in fights over nonsence issues.

  12. Hello says:

    BTW, the security is really tight tonight. just came back 4m sharq mall, and the police was all over the parking lot, enterance and exit.
    A great step by the govt to take control in case of a mishap.
    Bravo govt !!

  13. Dilahkly says:

    correction this fight i was there and i saw it from above its not on 31/Dec/ it happen last week

  14. TweeZ says:

    bring UFC to Kuwait!

  15. Matt says:

    Fights like this have always taken place, it’s the video cameras on phones that are more prevalent. I think.

  16. HB says:

    Wtf, avenues is becoming settling scores platform. They really need bouncers with authority down there.

  17. R@m says:

    whatelse will happen in kuwait!!!!

  18. brownsuger says:

    ever since that dintis died in the avenues i hate going there :s

  19. Brandon says:

    Kuwait guy 1: Man, Avenues is so boring, your mother is a whore.

    Kuwaiti guy 2: WHAT ?? SHNO !??!! Taaal ya kelb!!

    *Tekken Music*

  20. WTF says:

    U see the staff all run up to see if it involves one of their own? I saw this happen once at Applebees. A dude started attacking a male staff member and all the other staff jumped in straight away. Thats their only protection.

  21. SHABA says:

    Not to change the subject but the reason Black Water changed there name was due to a HUGE F*** up they were responsible for In Iraq years ago.. Many civilians got blown to bits by (trigger happy) Black Water guys In a misunderstanding that took place somewhere in Iraq. They got a lot of heat for it but in some ‘miraculous’ way they pretty much got away with it with a slap on the hand. Thus the rebranding.

  22. Marc says:

    between 0:02 – 0:03 I distinctly heard a dog bark. just saying!

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