Brawl in Zara changing room over ‘excess items’ with three women taken to hospital

A woman was punched in the head and kicked on the floor of the changing room after a woman was told that she was only allowed to try on four items due to coronavirus restrictions

    The fight broke out in the changing rooms of the Zara (Image: Google Streetview)

    Three woman have been hospitalised following a fight in a Zara changing room sparked by an excess of items.

    On Saturday afternoon a woman walked into the fitting rooms of the store in Pontevedra in Galicia, Spain.

    The 30-year-old was carrying six pieces of clothing instead of the four allowed under coronavirus restrictions.

    When a saleswoman told her of the rule, the customer threw the garments into the employee's face, The Olive Press reported.

    The intense reaction prompted a 55-year-old customer to intervene, who was subsequently punched in the head by the first woman.

    The woman was told she could only try on four items (stock photo)
    (Image: Getty Images)

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    She fell to the ground where the enraged shopper kicked her, before attacking a 61-year-old woman who tried to restore the peace.

    When police arrive the attacker claimed she had been called 'an animal', which prompted her to get physical.

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    She was taken to hospital for treatment along with the two women she attacked.

    It is not clear what the nature of their injuries are.


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