Gas Station Fight Goes Viral As Pittsburgh Protests Grow


Scott Hill, Balkar Singh, and Sukhjinder Sadhra are in the centre of a storm. A fight at a gas station Pittsburgh’s North Side was recorded on video and went viral on social media. All three men face simple assault charges but the protesting public want more!

The incident took place on Friday. Police said they were called about 6:45 p.m. Friday to the gas station on Brighton Road as reports of a fight between the male gas station owners and two female customers flooded in.

During their investigation, police said an argument over spilt gas led to the fight. The women said a pump malfunctioned and demanded a refund. The owners refused, and the argument quickly turned physical.

One video recorded by a witness showed the men who own the gas station repeatedly hitting one of the women in the back of the head while another man grabbed the other woman by her hair and dragged her across the pavement, police said.

The gas station’s security cameras inside the store show the women initiating the argument.

Police said investigators filed paperwork for assault charges against the gas station owners and employees to the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office.


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