A vicious brawl broke out between two Nando's customers who battled each other with chairs and plates.
Stunned diners at the Trafford Retail Park branch in Urmston, Greater Manchester, were terrified as they saw a man and a woman got into a heated argument.
In a dramatic turn of event, the woman grabbed a chair and lifted above her head, threatening to throw a jab at the man.
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She was wielding it at him as he tried to wrestle it off her.
Young children were screaming in fear while the man and woman shouted at each other.
Olivia Malone, who recorded the fight on her mobile phone, told Manchester Evening News: "A man and woman started kicking off – they weren't there together I don't think.
"I captured the video of it happening, but afterwards plates were thrown as well."
On her original social media post about the incident, she told friends "It was mental."
She added: "Staff eventually had to remove both parties and police were called."
Her video also showed small children dining with their parents, and then a number of diners trying to move out of the way as the wild scene unfolded.
Another man was eventually able to take the chair off the woman. A member of staff was also trying to intervene in the situation.
Viewers commented and joked the two diners "couldn't take the hot sauce".
Another suggested it was a "food fight" and a third wrote: "Not what you expect when out for a meal with your family!"
"Such a classy place," a fourth teased. "The other diners must have been looking forward to going out for a meal on a retail park."
"Chicken, chips, chaps and chavy!" a fifth added.
Daily Star has contacted Greater Manchester Police and Nando's for comment.
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