Odd thing is there doesn't appear to be one that weighs more than a buck twenty Teenage horror movie as girls melee at McDonald’s NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 9:43 PM Monday afternoon fights without a referee. Outsiders hard-pressed to comprehend the sickness of youth violence run wild would do well to sit through the video of a frenzied brawl between teen girls at a Flatbush McDonald’s Monday. It is a depressing window into the brutality of which young people are capable — in fact, with which some seem perfectly comfortable. And it raises difficult questions about the role adults play, or fail to play, in curbing that brutality. As caught in a video posted Wednesday on the Daily News website, four assailants encircle and overpower their slight adversary — yanking her weave, then her hair, then her hoodie. The girl briefly escapes the attackers’ grasp, only to find fists fiercely jabbing her face while she cowers against a table, flailing in her best attempts to fight back. A mob of fellow students from the Erasmus Hall high school complex cheer on this insanity — some standing on tables for a better view. The pummeled girl manages to yank off the shirt of one attacker — who, in her bra, retaliates with crushing kicks, six of them, before an adult wanders into the frame. He appears to gently advise her to cool it, now that the girl in the blue hoodie is prone on the restaurant floor. The girl in the bra pays him no mind, coming back with six more stomps to the wounded girl’s head. The target ends up crumpled in a heap, aided onto a bench by some boys who had looked on at the ugly spectacle. Nearly as disturbing as the brawl was the response. Almost two days passed before the fracas led to any commensurate official reaction. It was only after the video surfaced Wednesday that officers of the 70th Precinct became attuned to the seriousness of the crime and embarked on an investigation. McDonald’s employees called 911, and a passerby on the sidewalk also flagged down cops. By the time they responded, the brawl had concluded. Thankfully, those officers and staff from Erasmus Hall prevailed on the victim to get treated for her injuries. Still, the beaten girl refuses to cooperate with the police. Her mother will not talk about the incident, either. Whether that is out of fear, or “don’t snitch” culture, or some combination, it’s a damning indictment. The brawl raises tough questions for administrators at Erasmus, where one of the five high schools reports one of the city’s highest rates of disruptions, and where as few as 7% of youngsters graduate college-ready. The Erasmus schools are bringing on extra counselors, who will need to dig deep to root out the rot of revenge culture.