A brawl between two families broke out at a Fort Myers Chuck E. Cheese's on Sunday when two children began to argue over tickets.
A witness to the fight told NBC 2 that the brawl had about 10 to 15 family members on each side fighting.
"Food was flying and drinks then she took the metal thing off the table and threw it," she said.
Pepper spray was used by a family member, spraying children and families inside the Chuck E. Cheese's location, she said.
Most of the family members involved in the fight left the establishment before police arrived, Fort Myers Police Department said.
Chuck E. Cheese's sent NBC 2 a statement saying:
“We are deeply saddened that individuals would choose to behave in this manner in front of children and families. We take altercations in our stores very seriously and have spent more than $15 million to date on measures to help ensure the safety of our guests. As an environment dedicated to serving young children and families, Chuck E. Cheese's will not tolerate violence of any kind in our stores."
Nobody was arrested, and Chuck E. Cheese's kicked out anybody who was involved in the incident.