The annual charity game between the city's cops and firefighters, held Sunday at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., was tied at three goals apiece in the second period when a bench-clearing brawl erupted. If anyone cares, the NYPD went on to win 8-5.
The brawl was followed by a 25-minute delay, with officials doling out several penalties and ejections.
A cop in the stands told the New York Post that in 20 years of attending the game, he's never seen a bench-clearing brawl between the cops and firefighters.
Many of the spectators had their cameras ready.