In typical catfight style, there was a lot of scratching, slapping, hair-pulling, shirt-shredding, punches and kicks which left the two girls and their supporters with a lot of bruises and lost pride.
It is learnt that some of them suffered minor injuries in the incident that happened at around midnight in Kepong on Monday.
It is understood the two 18-year-old girls, both from Sentul, had started their Facebook war on Sunday after commenting about each other's photo.
A flurry of derogatory remarks and name-calling followed, leading to both agreeing to fight it out in Kepong.
One of them brought along her husband and brother while the other came with her boyfriend and four male friends.
A heated quarrel followed, which led to each side using physical force on the other.
The girl who came with her husband and brother alleged that a member of the opposing side pulled out a parang and threatened to slash all three of them.
Both sides later lodged police reports but no arrests have been made so far, said city CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah.
“The incident is being investigated under the Penal Code for criminal intimidation, voluntarily causing hurt and causing mischief,” he said yesterday.
By STEVEN DANIEL The Star./Asia News Network