The drivers of two rival bus firms ended up in court after getting into a fist fight in front of shocked passengers, the news site Novinky.cz reported. The drivers each tried to reach the bus stop in the town of Janovice first in an attempt to take more passengers on board and the incident ended in a fist fight in which one of the drivers beat up the other so badly he had to be taken to hospital with broken ribs and head injuries. The aggressor was given 220 hours of community work as punishment.
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