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Video: Easter Bunny joins brawl and throws punches in downtown Orlando

The video of the fight has gone viral.
A man in an Easter Bunny costume jumped into an ongoing fight Sunday in Orlando. The brawl was captured and posted to Instagram. (Screenshot from Workfth's Instagram)
A man in an Easter Bunny costume jumped into an ongoing fight Sunday in Orlando. The brawl was captured and posted to Instagram. (Screenshot from Workfth's Instagram)
Published Apr. 22, 2019
Updated Apr. 22, 2019

A person dressed as the Easter Bunny joined an ongoing brawl and threw several punches at a man in downtown Orlando on Sunday.

The spectacle was captured on video and posted by the Instagram user “workfth.” The account is run by an Orlando promoter who goes by the name of Workkk, according to Orlando Weekly.

The video shows two people fighting on Orange Avenue near Sak Comedy Lab. Seconds later, a person dressed as the Easter Bunny runs into the commotion and starts throwing punches.

After the fight was broken up by a bike cop, the Easter Bunny is seen dapping up with a bystander. The fight was also posted on WorldStar and has received more than 147,000 views as of Monday afternoon.


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