Just when you thought you had seen everything, a brawl breaks out at a charity cornhole tournament.

If you’ve never played the fun game called Cornhole, then you’re really missing out. It’s a great summer activity for you and the buds to play in the back yard or up at the cottage, it’s no secret that the game goes hand and hand with consuming adult beverages.

The object of the game is to throw a bean bag, or in the olden days, bags of corn, hence the name of the game, into a hole on an elevated board. Points are distributed whether you get the bag into the hole or not, or land it on the board. To win the game, you need to either reach or exceed 21 points.

In Douglas County recently, an Atlanta suburb, the Chamber of Commerce was putting on its seventh annual fundraiser to benefit high school students in the county. Where it messed up was setting a $500 prize.

A brawl broke out on the cornhole grounds, punches were thrown, and shirts were torn off.

Without a doubt, the best part of this cell-phone video is the woman over the loudspeaker announcing that she will turn this tournament around. "IT IS A CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER. CUT THE CRAP."

Apparently, it was all over scoring discrepancies.

We all know it gets hot in the south but who knew it would get this heated over a game of cornhole?