A popular McDonald’s restaurant in downtown Chicago was the site of a large disturbance captured on dramatic video early Saturday.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago police confirmed that they were called to respond to a fight at the Rock ’n Roll McDonald’s in the city’s tourist-friendly River North neighborhood about 1 a.m. Saturday.
The crowd involved with the disturbance, which was captured on video and posted to YouTube, had already dispersed by the time officers arrived at the scene, DNAinfo Chicago reports.
Police officials told WGN no further investigation of the incident will take place, as only minor property damage and no injuries resulted from the altercation.
According to police, the McDonald’s incident was not connected to another large altercation at Navy Pier downtown about 7:45 p.m. Friday. According to NBC Chicago, a pregnant woman was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries and five people were arrested for reckless conduct after at least 30 people were involved in a series of disturbances at the tourist hotspot.
The Navy Pier incident caused the attraction to shut down its Winter WonderFest event two hours early and will result in increased security, Fox Chicago reports.