REVEALED: A wild brawl broke out at Disney World after a family refused to cut a woman in line to be with them – leading to two arrests and one family being banned from the theme park for life .
- Two families clash over queuing etiquette at Disney World in Florida.
- A fellow visitor has now shared a new video of his take on wild brawls.
- His family was queuing for Mickey’s Flahar Magic when someone left to retrieve his phone from his electric scooter.
- When she returned to her family’s place in line, another family pushed the young woman and stopped her.
- ‘Listen man, we don’t want trouble. We don’t appreciate you guys pushing my younger sister,” said one of them
- The argument then descended into a full-on punch-up in ugly scenes.
A violent altercation at Disney World in Florida last week when a family tried to prevent a woman from joining their family in line resulted in arrests, hospitalization and a lifetime ban from the park. was given.
Further footage of the 10-person bust-up, which shows children throwing punches and shouting obscenities at the theme park, shows how both families lined up for Mickey’s Flurry Magic.
One family member got off the electric scooter to get her phone but when she returned to the line, another family – all in white shirts and red shorts – stopped her and pushed the young woman. WDWNT.
The family of the woman who returned to the queue has been banned from Disney World for life, a member told the news outlet, while two other family members have reportedly been arrested.
Several people involved suffered cuts and bruises, while one was taken to hospital in an ambulance with a large gash on his chin.
The initial footage spread like wildfire on social media last week, with Disney cast members and fellow visitors trying to step in and intervene.
One of the families involved in a violent brawl at a Disney World resort in Florida on Wednesday is speaking out
In shocking initial footage that spread like wildfire on social media, the two families disagreed on rowing etiquette.
The guest, who was not identified, also shared a video of his perspective on the wild brawl.
One of the families queuing up for Mickey’s Flahar Magic got out on an electric scooter to retrieve his phone.
The footage shows how the woman’s family tried to rejoin the queue: ‘Listen man, we don’t want trouble. We don’t appreciate you guys pushing my little sister.’
That’s when things escalated to shouting and eventually a brawl that went viral.
The brother of the girl who had been pushed finally started to back away and the fists started swinging.
New video footage shows two Disney ‘cast members’ and several guests trying to break up the fight.
Some reports suggested that one group stole or damaged several personal items belonging to their opponents, including mobile phones and designer clothes, although this could not be confirmed.
As they left the theatre, the family of the girl who had been pushed confronted the other group: ‘Listen man, we don’t want trouble. We don’t appreciate you people pushing my younger sister,’ said one of them
Disney staff members try to break up the fight to prevent other members of the public from getting caught in the aftermath.
A man in an olive T-shirt can be seen punching a family member.
The fight lasted 90 seconds and two minutes before breaking up
Footage of the incident quickly set social media ablaze but was later removed from video-sharing platform TikTok.
Short clips of the brawl circulated on Twitter and Facebook and showed how the chaos left trash and clothes strewn on the ground as terrified families tried to save their children from the destruction.
Orange County Sheriffs, Reedy Creek Fire Department, and paramedics were quickly called to the scene to help control the situation and treat the injuries.
Incidents of mass violence at Disney parks have increased significantly since the Covid-19 pandemic, with the Florida resort reporting more than half a dozen this year alone.