Queensland fights outside a Priceline store in Hervey Bay – but that’s not what viewers are talking about

The touching moment when a friend checked on his partner when a wild fight erupted in front of her in a shopping center parking lot has won the internet.

Bianca Muscat, 26, was in her car outside the Fraser Shores Shopping Center in Hervey Bay, Queensland, when the furious brawl broke out in front of her.

She saw a car drive into a parking lot in front of her at the mall’s Priceline store before the female driver jumped out to confront the occupants of another parked car.

Within seconds, she and a dark-haired woman were both pulled from the second car before being hit and two men in the second car got involved and struggled with the women to break them up.

Bianca Muscat, 26, was in her car outside the Fraser Shores Shopping Center in Hervey Bay, Queensland, when the furious brawl broke out in front of her

A car pulled into a parking lot in front of her at the mall's Priceline store before the female driver jumped out to confront the occupants of another parked car

A car pulled into a parking lot in front of her at the mall’s Priceline store before the female driver jumped out to confront the occupants of another parked car

One bundled the dark-haired woman back into their car while the second man struggled with the first woman, yelling at her, “Go back to jail, you dog.”

The blond driver of the first car takes aim at the side of the second car several times, although it’s unclear whether it’s the driver, the female passenger or the window.

The second car then quickly reverses, crashing into the rear of the first car, before speeding out of the parking lot, narrowly missing the first car.

Within seconds, she and a dark-haired woman were both pulled from the second car before blows were thrown

Within seconds, she and a dark-haired woman were both pulled from the second car before blows were thrown

The two men in the second car got involved and struggled with the women to break them up

The two men in the second car got involved and struggled with the women to break them up

One bundled the dark-haired woman back into their car while the second man struggled with the first woman, yelling at her, 'Go back to jail, you dog'

One bundled the dark-haired woman back into their car while the second man struggled with the first woman, yelling at her, ‘Go back to jail, you dog’

Ms. Muscat captured the action on her phone and posted it on TikTok — but it was her fiancé Jayde Scott’s reaction at the end of the video that won viewers.

He came out of the mall in the middle of the brawl and immediately came to the passenger window of their car to ask, “Are you all right?”

Ms Muscat captured the action on her phone and posted it on TikTok — but it was her fiancé Jayde Scott's reaction (pictured) at the end of the video that won viewers

Ms Muscat captured the action on her phone and posted it on TikTok — but it was her fiancé Jayde Scott’s reaction (pictured) at the end of the video that won viewers

The blond driver of the first car takes several punches at the side of the second car

The blond driver of the first car takes several punches at the side of the second car

A second clip later revealed how distraught Ms Muscat had been when she witnessed the incident, with a voice that broke with emotion as she begged him to stay away from the incident.

“Honey, honey, please come back here,” she calls to him through tears as he watches the drama unfold right in front of them. “Stand back.”

“You’re fine,” he tells her. “As long as they don’t come here…”

“That’s a guy who not only protects his girl but is willing to stand up to anyone if need be,” Theresa Osbourne wrote under the clip.

A second clip later revealed how distraught Bianca Muscat (pictured) had been when she witnessed the incident, with voice breaking with emotion as she begged fiancé Jayde Scott (pictured) to stay away from the incident

A second clip later revealed how distraught Bianca Muscat (pictured) had been when she witnessed the incident, with voice breaking with emotion as she begged fiancé Jayde Scott (pictured) to stay away from the incident

“When he said ‘You’re fine’ at the end of that clip, tears came to my eyes,” Nevada Whitten added.

Another wrote: ‘Your friend was also ready if something happened to you. That was protective. ‘Everything good?’ if I ever heard one.’

The clip has since been viewed more than 2.5 million times, with nearly 5,000 comments and 200,000 likes.

She later added on TikTok: “He’s the most amazing partner, I’m very lucky. Thank you to all the beautiful people with the sweet comments.

“All I know is that what I and others saw was beyond disgusting, sad and traumatizing for everyone involved. I have started recording for the safety of myself and my car!

Bianca Muscat (pictured) hailed her fiancé Jayde Scott (pictured) as 'the most amazing partner - I'm very lucky'

Bianca Muscat (pictured) hailed her fiancé Jayde Scott (pictured) as ‘the most amazing partner – I’m very lucky’

“I decided to post on social media because their behavior was so mean. I hope they see this and think twice before they act this way in public again.

“I had an elderly lady hiding behind my car because she was so scared.”

She added: “You can hear my voice crackling – which I originally left out at the end of the video because I was ashamed of getting so upset.

“It doesn’t just affect them. People told me to feel sorry for them, but they didn’t consider the safety and feelings of all bystanders.”

Ms Muscat said she made a statement to police about the brawl that took a copy of the video.

The Priceline store staff declined to comment. Hervey Bay Police said they were investigating.

Bianca Muscat said she made a statement to police about the brawl at the Fraser Shores Shopping Center (pictured), who made a copy of her video.

Bianca Muscat said she made a statement to police about the brawl at the Fraser Shores Shopping Center (pictured), who made a copy of her video.

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