[WATCH] EXTREME: Man Thrown through window at MD Subway during fight!


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A Maryland man was arrested for pushing another man through the window of a Subway restaurant in a wild brawl that was captured on video, police said.

Jonathan Tyler Pugh, 26, and an unidentified man began screaming at each other on line for a sandwich at the Towson fast food joint at about 2 a.m. Saturday, Baltimore County police said.

Jonathan Tyler Pugh, 26, was arrested after pushing a man through a window in a fight at Subway  in Towson, Maryland.
BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Jonathan Tyler Pugh, 26, was arrested after pushing a man through a window in a fight at Subway in Towson, Maryland.

Despite bystanders’ efforts to keep the men apart, Pugh shoved the other man,the video shows. That man did not push back at first, even as Pugh’s hand slams the counter next to him repeatedly.

But then in a flying leap, the man moved swiftly and head butted Pugh as a crowd cheered.



Pugh licked his fingers as he gestured for the man to come at him, the video shows.

They twirled through the store, punching and exchanging headlocks, until Pugh shoved the man straight through the front glass, the video shows.

The man gripped onto Pugh as cops on foot patrol descended below. His face appeared bloody before he went through the glass.

Cops took Pugh into custody as a crowd swarmed next to the shattered glass.

The other man was seen kneeling on the ground next to an officer. He was “uncooperative” and left the scene before his identity could be confirmed, police said in a news release.

The men exchanged punches and headlocks, the video shows.

Pugh was charged with disorderly conduct, destruction of property and disturbing the peace. He was released on his own recognizance.

Police are still searching for the second man.

Both men sustained minor injuries.

It was not immediately clear what sparked the fight.





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