A fight over the name of Josh has drawn a crowd from around the US to a Nebraska park for a heated pool-noodle brawl.

It all started a year ago when pandemic boredom set in and Josh Swain, a 22-year-old college student from Tucson, Arizona, messaged others who shared his name on social media and challenged them to a duel.

Hundreds of people showed up on Saturday at Air Park in Lincoln – a location chosen at random – to participate in the silliness.

The festivities started with a “gruelling and righteous battle of Rock, Paper, Scissors” between the Josh Swain from Arizona and another Josh Swain from Omaha.

KLKN-TV reports the Arizona student won that competition, allowing him to claim the title of the true Josh Swain.

The pool-noodle competition that followed was open to anyone with the first name of Josh. The victor of that competition was a five-year-old, who earned a Burger King crown.

Swain, the organiser, said he is a little surprised about how the whole thing blew up.

“I did not expect people to be as adamant about this as they are right now,” he said.

Hundreds ‘fight’ over name Josh in US
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