04/12/2013 01:07 pm ET Updated Apr 12, 2013

Wrigleyville Brawl Sparks Police Investigation After Pizzeria Mayhem Is Caught On Tape (VIDEO)

Wrigleyville is known for having its share of drunk and disorderly dustups, but a March brawl at a pizzeria in the North Side neighborhood has prompted Chicago police to investigate.

Police say the brawl happened around 3:15 a.m. on March 24 (before Cubs opening day, so don't blame the baseball fans!) at the Wrigleyville Bacci Pizzeria on the 3500 block of North Clark Street, NBC Chicago reports.

Though it's difficult to tell exactly what sparked the mayhem based on the video, (embedded above) it's easy to see pushing, punching, pile-ons and Wrestlemania-worth chair smashing.

ABC Chicago reports witnesses called it "a booze-fueled fight that put plenty of people in danger" as the brawl spilled onto the street. Witnesses told the station they saw brawlers pummeling people with Hennessy bottles and stiletto boots.

Though several people involved reportedly dodged the scene before police arrived, Red Eye Chicago reports that according to police, two women in their 20s were treated from an ambulance after the fight.

The video has been attracting plenty of eyeballs online, with Deadspin even drafting local roller derby star Varla Vendetta of the Windy City Rollers to give an analysis of the fast-food fisticuffs.

Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) has been angling to tighten up security in the neighborhood on account of earlier booze-fueled fights.

No one has been arrested or charged as of Friday afternoon. Investigators reportedly believe two young women started the altercation.