- A video has surfaced of two Ghanaian women in a serious altercation on a plane
- The women were allegedly on a flight from London to Accra
- The video of the women in a near physical fight has gone viral after it popped up online
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While Ghanaians are generally known to be civil and peaceful people, a video has emerged of two women in a serious brawl allegedly on a flight from London to Accra.
YEN.com.gh sighted the video which shows the two Ghanaian natives verbally abusing each other.
Details of what caused the verbal diatribes between the two women was not readily made known.
However, the women could be seen in the video in a near physical exchange of blows amid verbal onslaughts.
The incident between the two became so intense it had to take flight attendants and other passengers on the plane to step in to calm matters.
And even with that, both women were unwilling to settle and bring things to normalcy.
The video has since gone viral on social media and many have described the incident as ''embarrassing''.
Watch video below:
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