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A dispute between two families in the queue Disney world It got ugly on Wednesday when the altercation escalated into an all-out brawl.
Somewhere in Fantasyland between Cinderella’s Castle and Peter Pan’s flight, warring families exchanged punches and profanity, while onlookers shrieked in the background, Fox35 reported. The quarrel continued Orlando Florida Park for several minutes before park staff and deputies dismantle it.
“We got to it and it looked as if it took about two minutes for two security personnel to arrive. The deputies probably arrived about five minutes later,” an eyewitness told local Fox.
According to the Daily Mail, the incident began when a Disney guest waiting for Mickey’s PhilharMagic realized she had left her phone on her electric car and left the line to get it, while her family stayed. When she returned, another family tried to stop her from joining the line. Then her family reportedly waited outside the stage and confronted the other group.
One of them reportedly told the other family, “We don’t appreciate you guys pushing my younger sister.”
From there, the confrontation turned into a shouting match and then a physical fight before security and law enforcement get involved.
The Daily Mail reported that one of the men involved in the treatment ended up in hospital with a facial tear while the others had smaller bruises.
Fox News reached out to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for more information, but they did not immediately respond.
Videos of the incident started appearing on social media but were later deleted. The brawl footage can still be found on Walt Disney World News today Articles.
This is not the first battle in Disney park this year. In May, MPs told Fox35 that a woman suffered a brain hemorrhage after hitting her head on the ground during a fight she and her husband had with other park visitors as they tried to sit down before a fireworks display.
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