A horror film screening was evacuated after several viewers told three noisy girls to "shut up".
Security guards were called in to evacuate the cinema when a row broke out between customers in the Odeon, Bradford, on Saturday evening.
Footage of the incident, posted to Facebook, was filmed during a screening of the American supernatural flick The Nun.
It was uploaded with a caption explaining that the confrontation occurred after a couple told three women to be quiet.
According to cinema-goers, three girls talked throughout the film and one of them was repeatedly loud with her partner.
A screaming match then erupted with one of the security guards forcing a man to stay in his seat.
"These three girls kept talking in the movie and one of them kept kissing and making noise with her man," the Facebook caption read.
"After 15 minutes of hearing their voices whilst watching the movie someone basically said ‘shut the f**k up please’ to them as they were annoying everyone."
As tensions flared between the two groups, the three women continued to shout at the couple.
"Instead of the girls shutting up they got up five minutes later and started hurling abuse at the couple who told them to shut up," the caption continued.
"Then one of the girls attacked the guy and started swearing and ringing her brothers to come and fight for them."
After the row escalated the security evacuated filmgoers and refunded them because of the interruption.
Odeon has been contacted for comment.
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