Daly City, CA

Two men fighting at Dave & Busters lead to police presence


Woman at arcadePhoto by Wilmer Martinez on Unsplash

On Wednesday, April 28, near at 130 Serramonte Center in Daly City, police arrived on scene to find two men engaged in a physical altercation.

Did this scuffle take place in the parking lot? Near a Pop-A-Shot, Pac-Man, Skee-Ball machine?

Did an air hockey game go awry?

We don’t yet know, but according to commenters on the popular crime app Citizen, the altercation involved someone putting their hands on a female.

In Houston at a Dave & Busters, earlier this month a man was shot in front of his daughter.

While most people think of Dave & Busters as a great place to take the family and have some fun, it seems post-COVID behavior is a little bit erratic.

Police have arrived on the scene and are handling the situation. The altercation took place after 9 pm this evening.

It is unknown if fights at this Dave & Busters are a regular occurrence. Locals should feel free to hop into the comments and let us know.

Is it common for fights to take place at arcades? Throughout the American ages, arcades and bowling alleys have been a common pastime.

Let’s not get carried away with violence and lose the opportunity to enjoy darkly lit dens of gamesmanship, arcade prizes, and even the chance to meet someone new.

That is, as long as they’re not spoken for.

More news forthcoming on this strange predicament. We’d also like to know if Dave & Busters has any deals for folks heading over there on a Wednesday night post-fist-fight.

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