that Beaumont is gaining an Internet rep for the quantity, if not the quality, of its catfight videos of teenaged girls duking it out.
Not to be outdone, the adults are getting into the action.
The latest from the Golden Triangle city is this family outing at a Chuck E. Cheese's, where events take a loud turn when something happens to set it off. We as a nation can only be thankful for the guys who stand back and get the whole thing on video.
We're sure the Chamber of Commerce is brainstorming this trend right now to see how to capitalize on it. Chuck E. Cheese's, probably not so much.
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