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Day care workers in U.S. accused of running toddler "fight club" after video surfaces

Bishkek (AKIpress) - toddlers Two day care employees were fired after cell phone video surfaced of toddlers fighting while adults encouraged it, report the U.S. media.

The video shows what appears to be a fight between two toddlers. Management says the video was taken by one of their employees.

The security camera video, provided by management at Stepping Stones Day Care, shows two adults sitting at a table.

Management says a 3-year-old boy attacks a 3-year-old girl. Two adults both appear to bring out their phones instead of stopping the fight which continues for minutes.

The woman to the left does get up - but apparently only to get her cell phone closer to the fight.

The assistant manager at the daycare says, "We contacted the parents, of course. Both the teachers that we caught doing this were both terminated, so they no longer work here. We reported it to licensing so they were aware of everything that was happening as well."

Stepping Stone Day Care center says they fired both teachers following the incident.


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