There was drama in Awasi Market as two teachers from Kisuga Secondary School were engaged in a physical fight in full glare of the public.
The two are reported to have assaulted one another following disagreements over a young madam teacher who reported to the school early last week.
One teacher identified as Mr Owiti is said to have asked the young lady of her contact details after developing interest in her.
His colleague, Mr Fred who had been in long contacts with the lady did not get well with the plan and warned his friend to keep off the lady.
Mr Fred busted the two at a market centre enjoying their bottles of soda on Sunday morning when he approached Mr Owiti ready to fight him.
Upon realising that the men were seriously ready to engage one another in a fight, the young lady ran away leaving them alone.
People quickly gathered to witness the free drama as no teacher was willing to surrender.
Awasi market manager Mr Jacton Karindu intervened and stopped the fight urging the two teachers to embark on other conflict resolution mechanisms other than fighting in public.
They were then arrested and taken to Awasi Police station for causing public disturbance.
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