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July 27, 2017

VIDEOS: Big fight breaks out during Philly's Center City Sips

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Center City Sips Fight Eric Neefe /Courtesy

This screenshot of a video taken by Eric Neefe shows a fight that broke out outside a Center City restaurant. Also, Center City Sips brawls did make the top tweets list in 2018.

Videos on social media show a large fight breaking out Wednesday night in an outdoor plaza popular among patrons of Center City Sips, a weekly event offering deals at a number of downtown bars and restaurants.

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The videos show at least four people engaging in fistfights while a large crowd watches outside the Comcast Center on the 1700 block of JFK Boulevard.

The fight occurred outside the CHOPS Restaurant and Bar located on the plaza outside the Comcast Center.

Eric Neefe, 23, of Chestnut Hill, took one of the videos — originally posted to his Instagram story — that began circulating on Twitter late Wednesday evening. He said it took place around 7 p.m., and that bouncers eventually broke up the fight. Neefe estimated about six people were involved.

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Philadelphia police said they weren't notified of any incidents in the area. Center City Sips is organized by Center City District, a group that works to promote business in the area.

A representative of CCD was not immediately available for comment.

Correction: An earlier version of this story reported the location of the fight was outside a restaurant on the 2000 block of Market Street. The story has been updated to show the incident took place outside CHOPS Restaurant and Bar at 1700 JFK Blvd.