If that wasn't enough another fight of sorts occurred in a plaza in full view of many late last week which has been causing a stir as well. Alleged photos were taken at the time of the the very public quarrel and uploaded to a popular social networking site but have since been removed for reasons unknown.
Only a couple months ago in Spanish Town there was another such incident involving two school girls from an institution in St. Catherine where the quarrelling couple were parted by other classmates (males included) this phenomenon of fighting in public in particular once seen more so in the MSM and drag groupings of the lower socio populations and used to be strongly condemned by other members of the LGBT community mostly from middle and the upper socio economic levels who often complain about the embarrassment and disruption it caused at parties and on the community itself so much so that the entertainment arenas became very class divided and questions would be asked in response to adverts about upcoming events like "are those people going to be there?"
A group of lesbian girls at a place of safety are alleged to have thrown faeces at each other last week when they became involved in a huge fight.
According to reports reaching THE WEEKEND STAR, the fight at the home, which is said to house teenage girls, allegedly developed when one ward became involved in a fight with another because of her involvement with a female.
After the authorities tried to stop the fight, it is alleged that the girls went to a nearby cesspool took the faeces and began throwing it at each other and the authorities.
When the police were alerted and arrived on the scene, a source told THE WEEKEND STAR the girls went as far as stripping to prevent the lawmen's operation.
Unheard of behaviour
Source said that even with the presence of the person in charge of the home, it took quite some time and effort to get things under control.
When THE WEEKEND STAR contacted a representative of the Child Development Agency we were told that; "There was a fight last week, however, it was brought under control."
The representative said that it appears that one girl who was recently transferred to the facility met upon another girl with whom she had a fight at the previous facility.
When asked about the alleged lesbian relationships taking place on the compound, the representative said, "There are no such reports of such behaviour as we have never heard of any of that there."