A shocking and violent incident has emerged near a Queens shelter in New York City, where migrants have reportedly organized a “fight club” and engaged in brutal brawls while onlookers encouraged and bet on the fights. The incident was captured in a wild video that has brought attention to the dire situation.

According to the video footage and accounts from witnesses, for at least a month, migrants residing in a La Quinta Inn shelter on Queens Boulevard in Long Island City have transformed a McDonald’s parking lot across the street into a scene resembling the infamous underground fight club from the movie “Fight Club.” In broad daylight, migrants don boxing gloves and unleash punches on each other in brutal bouts while onlookers cheer them on and place bets.

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A disturbing video clip shared on the Instagram account New York S—ty showed spectators urging fighters with phrases like “Hit him, hit him!” and “Almost!” The violent spectacle reached its peak as one of the fighters slammed his opponent to the pavement, leading to cheers and celebrations among the gathered crowd.

Despite the alarming nature of the situation, the first and second rules of Fight Club seemed to be strictly adhered to by the participants, as they chose to remain silent when approached by reporters from The Post. One migrant, who was washing a car behind the shelter, claimed that it was solely the students who were involved in the fights, possibly referring to teenagers from nearby Aviation and Queens Technical high schools. However, nearby workers contradicted this statement, asserting that migrants were indeed behind the outdoor bloodsport.

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Expressing concern over the situation, a neighborhood car equipment salesman condemned the lawlessness that has taken hold, saying, “Fight Club, f–k club, drug distribution club… it’s lawlessness at its finest.” This disturbing trend in the parking lot fights is said to be just one of the many issues plaguing the area, including drug dealing and solicitation of prostitution.

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This surge in criminal activity in and around shelters has become a cause for alarm as violations and black market activities continue to escalate. Over the past two years, a staggering number of more than 178,000 migrants have streamed into the city, with at least 65,000 currently under the city’s care.

During the recent brawl, a manager from McDonald’s recalled how an onlooker complained about losing $50 when one of the fighters hit the ground behind the restaurant. Despite concerns from local businesses, an NYPD spokesperson stated that the crowd dispersed when asked to leave the scene.

Critics attribute the rise in criminal behavior to City Hall’s policies of providing food and shelter to asylum-seekers at the expense of taxpayers. Representative Nicole Malliotakis (R-Brooklyn/Staten Island) blamed City Hall for sheltering and feeding lawbreakers and called for a change in laws to facilitate the deportation of migrants accused of crimes. Malliotakis highlighted the need to prioritize the safety and security of citizens over the catering of illegal immigrants.

The distressing incident has intensified the debate surrounding the ongoing illegal alien crisis in New York City. As the city grapples with the aftermath of the “fight club” revelation, the community is left wondering how this crisis can be resolved and whether the political will exists to address the issue before it further compromises the safety of its residents.

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