DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. -- It's supposed to be a place to bring your family.
But at a Dauphin County Chuck E. Cheese, police have been coming to break up fights.
Five women and a minor were arrested over the weekend after they were involved in a fight.
It's not the first time police were called to the restaurant; to the point where the corporation which owns the restaurant, and 540 others across the country, may be adding security guards to help keep the peace.
A customer caught the latest fight while videotaping inside the Chuck E. Cheese off Union Deposit Road. The video was even posted on YouTube.
The video shows the altercation between the five women and juvenile. One of the women arrested is pregnant.
It's not clear what sparked the brawl, but it was quickly broken up by others in the restaurant.
This incident marks the 12th time in the last year Susquehanna Township police have been called to the Chuck E. Cheese for disorderly conduct.
Some customers said they are concerned.
"It surprises me to an extent that it's happening at a place where younger kids come," said Lisa Tosheff.
Lisa Tosheff and Denise Perloski have been bringing their children to Chuck E. Cheese for birthdays and other events for the last 12 years. They said they had never seen any problems during that time.
"When you think of Chuck E. Cheese you think your kids would be safe and you would be safe," said Perloski.
But 12 fights this past year and 18 the year before, that doesn't shock them.
"Of course, the way things are, you know, there's all kinds of problems in school. More problems now all around," said Perloski.
A corporate spokesman for Chuck E. Cheese said they are concerned about the bad behavior, but add that it involved only a fraction of the 85 million customers served last year.
One family at the restaurant said they won't be discouraged from bring their kids because of a few unruly adults.
"It's not a bad place," said Susan Owens. "You just have to be careful, but you have to be careful anyplace."
There have been fights reported at the Chuck E. Cheese in Manheim Township, but an officer told News 8 there are no more fights than any other restaurant in that area.
The corporation which operates the restaurants told News 8 they do have security guards in some of their locations and will soon decide if they want to add security at this restaurant to help discourage bad behavior.