VIDEO: Woman stomped, knocked out cold in Walmart over the popular game console PS5

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It looks like Sony Playstation 5 is the hottest product on the market right now, with many Walmart shoppers literally willing to go blow for blow to get their hands on the popular gaming console.

The video below shows two women exchanging  punches in the entertainment section of Walmart store at North Tryon St. in Charlotte, North Carolina – a location described as one of the “hoodest” Walmart locations in the country. The confrontation which went from zero to 100 real quick, was recorded by customers.

It is unclear who among the women purchased the last PS5 that caused the fight, but either way, somebody was beaten down and stomped in the face and she fainted. The saddest part being that it happened in front of her daughter. She reportedly went to the hospital later, where she was diagnosed with a concussion.

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TMZ reported that police did not immediately respond during the incident which happened on December 13. No one was cited or arrested because the fighters were already gone when officers arrived.

PlayStation 5 is an upgraded more powerful version of PS4 – a home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment.  PS5 was released on November 12, 2020 in North America, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea. It was released November 19 to other major markets except China and India.

Since the new gaming console hit the market, PS5 has been one of the hottest shopping items for the holidays in the United States, selling out both in stores and online. Watch the video here

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In a similar incident, Dailymail reported that several people, including a woman holding a baby had a brawl with officers at a Florida Walmart few days ago after the last PS5 was purchased in the store.