There's been another violent incident at the Amherst Chuck E. Cheese, just days after the Amherst Town Board made security improvements a condition of the business's renewed game license.

Yesterday's incident involved two employees, according to The Buffalo News.

The News reports, "Amherst police responded to the restaurant just after 1 p.m. after two women employees had a "physical altercation" there. One of the women was fired by Chuck E. Cheese, police said. However, the fired employee returned with two unidentified people and physically fought with the worker she had argued with, leaving the victim with bruises and abrasions to her face and head, police said."

The April incident -- involving brawling adults -- resulted in one arrest. The video of the fight was widely circulated on social media.

"Three suspects drove away from the restaurant at Harlem Road and Sheridan Drive before officers arrived, and the investigation into the incident is ongoing," said Amherst Police to The Buffalo News.