Wild video showing several fights between travelers inside a terminal at Miami International Airport led to at least one arrest, officials said.
Miami-based documentary film director Billy Corben posted video of the brawl on social media showing at least three fights breaking out inside Terminal D near gate D-12 at the airport Sunday.
Jameel Tremain Decquir, 20, of Illinois, was arrested for disorderly conduct, according to an arrest report.
A witness told police an American Airlines counter agent told Decquir and three other men that there were only three standby seats available for a flight to Chicago and gave them the option to leave one of them behind or wait for another flight, the report said.
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Decquir and the three men then started fighting with at least three other witnesses "for undetermined reasons," the report said.
In another cellphone video captured by a witness, the groups are seen repeatedly punching and kicking at each other as bystanders yell for them to stop and call for security.
Decquir and the co-defendants ran away after bystanders were eventually able to break up the fights. Officers were able to detain Decquir at a nearby gate.
Police are still looking for they three men who they say were also responsible for starting the fights.
MDPD said a victim involved was treated by Fire Rescue crews at the scene and released but did not want to press charges.
Editor's note: An earlier version of this story said Corben shot the video, though it was actually filmed by someone else and posted to social media by Corben.