NYPD responds to fight involving teenage girls outside McDonald’s in Queens


Two teenage girls were beaten and shocked with a stun gun during a fight filmed outside a Queens McDonald’s on Monday, police said.

The fracas broke out in the parking lot of a Jamaican burger chain at 88-14 Springfield Boulevard after some sort of social media argument between the victims and their attackers, according to the NYPD.

Surveillance footage released by cops shows a group of teenage girls pouncing on the 14- and 15-year-old victims, knocking them to the ground in the process.

The thugs were seen repeatedly hitting the two girls while they were in a defensive position on the ground. A Taser weapon was also deployed by the suspects during the attack, police said.

The teenagers were seen hitting the two girls repeatedly while they were in a defensive position on the ground.
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Three unidentified girls, aged 14, 16 and 17, have been charged with harassment and assault.

Another teenager was wanted for allegedly stealing one of the girl’s backpacks, which contained $50 cash, an ID card and Apple AirPods, police said.

Police released a photo of the wanted young woman wearing a pink and yellow t-shirt and a red headband.
Police released a photo of the wanted young woman wearing a pink and yellow t-shirt and a red headband.
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Police released a photo of the wanted young woman wearing a pink and yellow t-shirt and a red headband.

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