A brawl at a NoDa venue in Charlotte has spawned a YouTube video of the fight and a police investigation but no arrests.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police responded to the disturbance call for a large fight at the NDemand venue at 617 East 28th Street around 2 a.m. Monday but found no one with visible signs of injuries.
But a video posted on YouTube shows several people throwing chairs and other items at each other from across a large room.
Detectives are using the video to help with their investigation but hadnt made any arrests by Tuesday evening.
People at the venue and involved in the brawl have been unwilling to cooperate with officers either by giving their accounts of what happened or identifying people in the fight, police said.
A CMPD spokeswoman said the venue had been the site of some kind of fashion show Sunday evening.
Witnesses told WCNC-TV the fight broke out at an after-party for the Carolina Awards Ball 2013, with about 150 attendees.
The party featured a competitive fashion show that led to the brawl, NDemand owner Charlene Henderson told WCNC-TV.
It was a very sore loser at a fashion show. And it just happened to escalate, Henderson said.