One injured, three arrested in Disney World brawl


Officials said two groups got into a fight at Disney World, which ended in arrests and one person was hospitalized.

The altercation occurred Wednesday night inside the Magic Kingdom, according to a spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Orlando, Florida.

“The deputies conducted their investigations and subsequently arrested three people on charges of beating with misdemeanour,” Sharif’s office said in a statement. “One person was taken to hospital with minor injuries.”

According to the blog Walt Disney World News todaya family was in line for Mickey’s PhilharMagic party when a member left the class to grab her cell phone, which she had left in her electric car.

When she tried to rejoin the line, another family refused to let her in and physically pushed her back, a guest told WDW News Today. a Confrontation Among the families unfolded outside after the show ended.

TODAY parents were unable to independently verify this information and a Walt Disney World spokesperson did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Battles sometimes break out in amusement parks.

This week, after “multiple” fights involving teens forced Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park to close early, the park issued a “new facilities policy” on Friday and Saturday “until further notice” according to it. behavioral rules.

Under the new policy, guests under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an accompanying person who is 21 or older at all times. Anyone who does not follow the policy can be removed from the park.

Last year, a Las Vegas man was sentenced to six months in prison for participating in a 2019 family quarrel In Toontown at Disneyland. A video clip taken by a bystander shows a man spitting at a woman, hitting her face and pulling her hair out. Several people joined the conflict and an elderly woman in a wheelchair was injured.

In 2019, a fight broke out between a group of teenagers at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri, according to the sheriff’s office in Clay County. in tweetThe department added: “It is unfortunate that families and children have disrupted their evening due to these events.”

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