Last call for these feisty ladies

A woman bumps into another woman at a bar and drunken chaos ensues.

Officers responded to the scene of a bar on Chestnut Street on Sunday at 1:45 a.m. on reports of an altercation, police said.

When the cops got there they saw two women “pulling each other’s hair and security trying to separate them,” police said. The officers separated the two pugilists and inquired into the situation. The fight began when one woman supposedly bumped into the other by accident, and “the next thing you know, drinks were being thrown, hair was being pulled and fists were flying,” police said.

The women signed citizens arrests against each other, and both were cited and released, police said.

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