The enthusiasm at one of Colorado’s new In-N-Out burger locations sparked a pantless fight amid a 14-hour wait for the popular grub.
The wild scene unfolded in Aurora on Friday — one of two Colorado cities to open outposts of the California-based burger chain that day.
In a video posted to social media, three men can be seen brawling outside a line of cars. Two of the men fall to the ground — with one of them losing their sweatpants in the process, the footage shows.
The state’s other In-N-Out location opened in Colorado Springs.
By Saturday, the burger craze eased somewhat in Aurora, with drive-thru wait times reduced to eight hours.
Denny Warnick, In-N-Out’s vice president of operations, told The Gazette that the company was thrilled with the reception.
“I don’t know if we’ve ever felt more welcome, between all the anticipation and the requests for In-N-Out to come to Colorado and now to see the customers out here this morning just feels great,” he told the paper.