Family involved in Disneyland brawl denied it happened


A feuding family modified into as soon as escorted from Disneyland on Saturday after entering into a violent brawl in the Toontown share of the park. He says he doesn't care that he's being recorded on video.

Earlier than the strive against is broken up, the principle man as soon as more attacks both girls folk, knocking one to the bottom and punching her time and as soon as more whereas she's down. He detailed that he and three other men subdued the man in the red shirt and even caused him to lose consciousness.

Family members and a park employee tried to intervene and defuse the situation, but the fight continued for several minutes. "Stop it!" as the fight continues. After shouting at each other, the woman spits at the man, who hits her. It contains graphic violence of men hitting men, men hitting women, women screaming at men, and children watching from the sidelines.

The man in red goes after the first woman again, grabbing her by the hair and punching her. Over the four minutes, the fight flares up several times and several women get knocked onto the pavement. An old woman supported by the girl in the striped top falls to the ground.

"I don't care about no video!"

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Context: As I reported for the Deseret News, a video of the Disneyland fight went viral across the internet. Another man standing beside the woman jumps in immediately, and soon the two men are squaring off with their fists up, ready to fight.

Pink shirt man comes back and starts slapping the white-shirted woman in the face, leaving her flat out on the floor.

Officers were dispatched to the theme park to help break up the fight, which started between a brother and sister before other relatives became involved, Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt told the Associated Press.

The Anaheim Police Department investigated the case and presented its findings to the office of Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer for "review and prosecution", APD said in a tweet.

Disney Resorts responded on Twitter, saying, "In response to Guests' concerns regarding the altercation at Disneyland--any type of violence is inexcusable and will not be tolerated".