Batgirl and Mr. Incredible Brawl on Hollywood Blvd. as Chewbacca Intervenes

The Incredibles (2004)
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Just as in the Avengers films, it appears that superheroes in real life can have trouble getting along.

A fight allegedly broke out Tuesday at 5 p.m. in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard between a woman dressed as Batgirl and a man dressed as Mr. Incredible. FilmOn.com was first to post video footage. 

As seen in the video, several fellow costumed characters tried to break up the fight, including individuals dressed as Chewbacca, Waldo and Freddy Krueger. The man in the Mr. Incredible outfit can be seen breaking free and appears to slam Batgirl to the ground.

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Sgt. Ray Puettmann told The Hollywood Reporter that the cause of the altercation is unknown, and no arrests were made.

The Los Angeles Police Department is currently investigating the situation, Puettmann said. He added that there are no current plans to increase the number of officers deployed to that area.

This is not the first time that the costumed folks who gather in the high-tourist area have caused problems. Police were called in 2012 when a Catwoman and a Jack Sparrow were allegedly involved in a similar incident

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