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Scottsdale Chick Fight Caught on Tape *VIDEO*

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Wanna see a video of a Scottsdale chick brawl and a guy getting Tasered by police? Of course you do -- who doesn't?

Our friend Pete over at Scottsdale Arizona News sent us a link to a brawl that apparently went down in a Scottsdale parking garage.

The video is pretty brutal -- a chick gets kicked in the face (repeatedly) just before the cops show up and zap a guy who doesn't appear to have much to do with the fight.

The video was originally posted on WorldStarHipHop.com, and as the narrator points out, "this shit crazy -- bitches gettin' bloody."

If you like chick fights, and watching guys get Tased, you won't be disappointed.

Check it out below.

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