JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Kids stormed the Taco Bell on 103rd Street last Thursday and started an all-out fight inside.
It was all caught on camera.
The video is clear as day. You can watch as the kids cross the street, rush through the front door and start a fistfight inside. The whole thing is two minutes long and it was posted on the Internet.
It appears to be premeditated. In the video, you can see the punches fly, all with spectators cheering the antagonizers on.
We showed the video to Velinda Sellers, who dines at this Taco Bell and was horrified watching the fight unfold.
"They think that they can do anything that they want," she said. "I think they think it's a joke."
Some experts say it's a trend we can expect to see more of. You may remember the flash mob that broke out inside a Jacksonville Walmart in July 2012. Then over the Memorial Day holiday, another big brawl broke out at Jacksonville Beach.
Psychologist Lynn Wadelton tells me kids do it for the thrill.
"I think what they think is they get away with it and they don't think of consequences," she said.
The person behind the camera is heard bragging about the video going viral.
Sellers said all of the kids involved need to pay the price for their actions.
"I think the police department should do something about that and set an example to let them know it's not OK. Cuz if you don't, they're going to do it again," she said.
Action News reached out to JSO about this incident to find out if any arrests were made. Action News was told no report was written.