Playground fights are an age-old right of passage and kids have been known to crowd around a good one and root for one kid or another since the dawn of time. But unless you are Tom Hanks in Big (or, more appropriately for this story, Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30) you really do not want to go and do that as an adult. Just ask 32-year-old Long Island woman Daphne Melin, who is accused of not only cheering on some fighting tweens but also of assaulting another young girl who was watching the fight. And of course the fight was sort of publicized on Facebook.

Suffolk police have charged Melin with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of third-degree attempted assault. According to Suffolk County Police, around 3 p.m. on Sunday Melin drove one of the girls to William Floyd Elementary School on Lexington Road in Shirley. Det. Timothy Dillon said the girl had been "having a dispute on Facebook for awhile with another girl," who actually didn't show up.

The no-show girl's friend stood in for her and Melin allegedly "was encouraging one of the girls to hurt and attack the other girl." After the fight was over, Melin is said to have "spit at and struck another child who was in the crowd."

Melin was promptly picked up by authorities and is now out on bail. Police are declining to say wether Melin was related to any of the girls in the fight, but she is due to be arraigned on December 1.