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The clip, which was shared on Facebook yesterday, but later removed, ends after the redhead and brunette suddenly call it quits.Throughout the two-minute-clip a number of male voices can be heard shouting 'Let's go, let's go', urging the fights to continue.In the United States, the specifications for non-medical industrial staples are described in ASTM F1667-15, Standard Specification for Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes, and Staples.A heavy duty office staple might be designated as F1667 STFCC-04: ST indicates staple, FC indicates flat top crown, C indicates cohered (joined into a strip), and 04 is the dash number for a staple with a length of 0.250 inch (6 mm), a leg thickness of 0.020 inch (500 μm), a leg width of 0.030 inch (800 μm), and a crown width of 0.500 inch (13 mm). They are almost exclusively applied with a mechanical stapler which clinches the legs after they pass through the paper.They typically have staples made from thicker metal.Some staple guns use arched staples for fastening small cables, e.g. Faster and easier devices known as hammer tackers or staple hammers operate without complex mechanics as a simple head loaded with a strip of staples drives them directly; this method requires a measure of skill.Staples from one manufacturer may or may not fit another manufacturers unit even if they look similar and serve the same purpose. 24/6 or 26/6), where the first number X is the gauge of the wire, and the second number Y is the length of the shank (leg) in millimeters.Some exceptions to this rule include staple sizes like No. Common sizes for the home and office include: 26/6, 24/6, 24/8, 13/6, 13/8 and No. Common sizes for heavy duty staplers include: 23/8, 23/12, 23/15, 23/20, 23/24, 13/10, and 13/14.

The bat is then shown repeatedly tapping the remaining fighters on the head while dozens of school kids egg the girls on.

The clip received more than 15,000 views and hundreds of comments in the short time it was online.

Alex Mackie wrote: 'The f**** with the one with the foam bat?

'Along with three crying with laughter emojis, Nicola Andrews said: 'Why is that wee lassie just casually tapping them on the head with a kid-on bat?

A staple is a type of two-pronged fastener, usually metal, used for joining or binding materials together.