Watch this 6-year-old boy join his mom by hitting a woman in the head with a shampoo bottle in Walmart brawl
It gets worse: The six-year-old son of one of the women got in on the act, trying to help out his mom. The child hit the woman who's fighting with his mother with a bottle of shampoo, then he kicked the woman in the head.
Here's how it all unfolded: One of the women, who may be disabled, was on a scooter shopping at a local Walmart in Beech Grove, Indiana, when she complained about shopping carts crowding the aisles. For some reason, another shopper stepped in. What followed was a harsh exchange of words.
"You want it?" the woman on the scooter said to the other woman. She rose from her scooter, and all hell broke loose.
Psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere told INSIDE EDITION, "Learn to walk away from a fight if it goes in that particular direction. Most importantly, don't expose your child to that kind of behavior."
A crowd gathered and they couldn't believe what they were seeing.
"Hey buddy, don't do that," one bystander said to the child.
"Y'all knock it off. The kid is sitting there upset. Get the hell off of her right now," said another.
As the fight got more intense, the woman who seems to be winning the fight tells her son to join in.
"Johnny, punch her in the [bleeping] face," said the mom.
Johnny obeyed and seemed to whack her with her a shampoo bottle. Kicks followed.
"I don't care about you. Yeah do something about it, what are you gonna do?" said Johnny.
A bystander told little Johnny to stop it.
And that's when the kid got mad. "I'm not playing. You can't tell me to stop it," he said.
"You're going to little boys' jail," said the bystander.
"Don't even tell me what to do," said Johnny.
And just as the women come up for air, little Johnny went at it with another shampoo bottle.
A spokesman for Walmart said, "This type of behavior inside one of our stores is completely unacceptable, and we are notifying the individuals involved that they are no longer welcome on Walmart property."
When cops arrived, both women were gone.
Dr. Gardere said, "This is not a healthy lesson for this child. And I hope it doesn't put him at risk in the future."