Isn’t it supposed to be a movie where we all sit to enjoy the SEX SCENES?!
A screening of the hit film Fifty Shades of Grey turned ugly when two gangs of women clashed in the cinema aisles.
The screaming match took place at Barnsley’s Parkway cinema during the Valentine’s Day showing of E.L. James’ raunchy blockbuster.
The row became so heated it drowned out the closing soundtrack of the movie – which meant many disgruntled cinema-goers missed the climax.
According to MailOnline, One said: ‘There was a group of women, I won’t call them ladies, who were talking loudly and laughing all the way through the film.
‘Someone asked them to be quiet but things turned nasty and they just got louder.
‘I couldn’t hear any of the dialogue. I had been looking forward to seeing the film for weeks and then I completely missed the end because of those stupid idiots.’
Another said: ‘Things got a bit heated and people were arguing and telling them to be quiet, it just spoiled the whole night.
‘These were middle-aged women who were just idiots and who didn’t know how to behave in a cinema.’
Cinema owner Rob Younger said: ‘I have been in the business for a long but I have never seen anything like this before.
‘Quite clearly these people didn’t know how to behave in a cinema even though they were of an age where you think they would.
‘We were really shocked by the behaviour of a handful of people and they have now been banned from the building.
‘We were aware of all the hype about the film and I must admit I expected the audience to get a be excited at the first showing because there has been a lot of publicity over the film.
‘But you don’t expect women of a certain age to behave in this way. When we have films which are aimed at small children we expect them to get a bit giddy, excited and loud.
‘We gently try to calm them down and tell them they can’t talk over the film like they might do at home if they were watching television. ‘You wouldn’t think you would have to do that with so-called adults. We spoke to them, but it didn’t seem to make any difference.’