SILVER CITY, N.M. (KRQE) - A bloody New Mexico bar brawl caught on camera shows four guys going at each other with pool sticks and cue balls.
Surveillance cameras are rolling on what seemed like a slow Tuesday night back in February at the Flame Bar in Silver City.
Police said the fight started after Luke Gomez made a comment to Rafael Segura that his friends waived like girls.
That is when investigators said Segura's friend Ross Montoya unloaded on Gomez, punching him in the face.
From there it's an all out brawl, lasting at least four minutes.
Eventually the bartender is able to pull Montoya behind the bar in an attempt to stop the fight but Levi Gomez, Luke's brother goes after him.
At the same time Segura and Luke Gomez were wrestling on the other side of the bar.
Things seem to calm down after that but that lasts only a moment.
Police said Segura walked around the pool table and grabbed a pool ball, as Gomez starts walking toward him Segura then starts wailing on him with the ball in his hand.
At that point the other two guys come back into view of the camera, friends and bystanders tried to break up the brawl but the four guys were not ready to give it up yet.
Montoya decided to up the ante police said he grabbed a pool cue, the Gomez brothers did the same, but its Montoya who landed the first hit, from there it was on again.
This time though the bartender and others inside are able to get the guys outside.
All four guys were pretty banged up after the fight, one of the men had a knife on him but amazingly he did not use it.
All four men were charged with aggravated battery and criminal damage to property for breaking the pool sticks.
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