Here's just what society needs -- a video of frat boys in a big fight at a Tempe apartment complex.
Police said the fight, which occurred early Sunday morning and involved the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, led to five Arizona State University students being hospitalized.
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According to Tempe police a 20-year-old guy named Caleb Everett went with a couple buddies to pick up a friend's girlfriend around 3 a.m. Sunday at 1925 East Hayden Lane, where the Delta Kappa Epsilon frat-boys live.
Everett and his pals got in an argument with the frat boys over the girl, and the frat boys told Everett to leave.
Everett ended up returning with more friends, but also some baseball bats and guns.
Witnesses told police they saw one guy, 18-year-old Zack Rezendes, hit somebody with a baseball bat, and two other people fired shots from handguns in the air.
Five people ended up being arrested in relation to the fight.
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You can see the video below, and you'll find that almost all of the action takes place off-camera, but it's coupled with the 9-1-1 calls.
Weston Phippen contributed to this post.