Scuffle Breaks Out Over Casey Anthony Trial Seats
It's come to fisticuffs.
The spectators who line up each day for seats in the Casey Anthony courtroom turned on each other early Friday.
Fists were thrown and there was scratching and a lot of screaming as more than 100 people jockeyed for position in line.
Spectators trying to get one of the 60 courtroom seats available to the public in the Casey Anthony trial have created scenes reminiscent of the running of the bulls in Spain or a Walmart on the Friday after Thanksgiving.
Spectators who arrive overnight at the courthouse are prohibited from camping out on courthouse property. Instead, they hang out on the sidewalk in front of the 23-story building until they are allowed to line up at the entrance at 5:30 a.m.
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