At least two people were filmed on Monday fighting in the middle of the street during the Astros World Series celebratory parade.
Social media videos showed two women arguing while other people wearing Houston Astros colors watched. One of the females was seen wearing a black T-shirt and shorts, while the other woman involved in the altercation was wearing an orange Astros jersey.
Several punches were thrown and during the fight they were seen tearing their hair.
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At one point, one of the women seems to throw the other one to the ground. Then she is seen punching the woman several times while she remained on the ground.
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Before the end of the video clip posted on the “mlbfights” Twitter page, other fans can be seen trying to turn one of the women away from the other woman.
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Houston police said about one million people attended the parade.
It is not clear what led to the altercation.
Officials did not immediately say whether any arrests had been made.
Elsewhere during the parade, a man was arrested on suspicion of throwing a can of beer at Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
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The Houston Police Department said the 33-year-old man was arrested for the incident.
Video footage showed Cruz on a parade float when a can of beer just misses his face and hits his hand.
Cruz was shot in the “chest / neck area” but did not require medical attention, according to authorities. Police confirmed that the unidentified suspect will be charged with assault.
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The parade was held to celebrate the second Astros World Series title in the franchise’s history. Houston beat the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 6 with a score of 4-1 on Saturday.
Houston won their last three games in the series after falling two games to one. The Astros are the first team to win the World Series at their home stadium by the Boston Red Sox in 2013.