The students involved in a fighting incident caught on camera at St Mary's College have been suspended and a larger group from a second incident are also to face suspension.
This was confirmed by the principal of St Mary's College, Nigel Joseph in an email to parents regarding the incidents.
A video of a female school student tussling with two police officers is being circulated extensively on social media and the reason for the tussle is even more alarming.
The conflict, according to eyewitnesses, stemmed from the police's attempt to ensure the safety of the student.
The identity of the student cannot be shared since she is legally a minor.
According to reports, police officers were on patrol in Port-of-Spain when they observed the student in the company of a man outside a clothing store.
Another "fight" video is circulating on social media, this time among women, with the inclusion of at least one man.
But while several similar videos that went viral this year were of students, this one is of adults fighting after an all-white boat party on Sunday night.
It followed the event known as 'Ciroc the Boat', which is considered a high-end event, held on the Harbor Master.
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The fight took place in the car park where the boat docks in Cocorite.
A video has been posted to the Instagram account of Soca artiste Ian "Bunji Garlin" Alvarez, showing him getting into a fight with US entertainer Trevor "Queenzflip" Robinson who was apparently trying to pull a prank on Bunji's wife, Fay Ann Alvarez, in her hotel bathroom.
But both men are making it clear, that they have since worked things out.
The video shows Queenzflip, as he is more popularly known, holding his head, which is bleeding, and repeatedly saying "it's a joke" as Bunji Garlin enters the room asking, "What is this?"
A male student who appears in a viral video in a confrontation with three police officers, has appeared before a Couva Magistrate on five charges arising from the incident.
The 17-year-old student of the Carapichaima East Secondary School has been charged with the use of obscene language, resisting arrest and three counts of assault on police officers.
Police say they responded to a report of a fight at St Mary's Junction Monday afternoon and when they arrived the student was allegedly using obscene language in their presence.