Published: Thu, July 11, 2019

Toontown Throw Down: Police Investigating Viral Brawl At Disneyland

Toontown Throw Down: Police Investigating Viral Brawl At Disneyland

Police initially said they were unable to obtain video of the incident, but opened the investigation when the video was obtained to see who did what and if there is the potential for filing criminal charges.

Children can be heard crying and screaming in the background as other park-goers hurry past the fighting.

The family was "uncooperative" when police responded to the park, and there was no video available at the time, so officers did not make any arrests, Anaheim Police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said. He retaliated by hitting her numerous times. The man in red towers over her, shouting at her. The man in the white shirt strikes one of the women (dressed in a striped tank top) in the face. He says he doesn't care that he's being recorded on video.

The woman in the white shirt and the woman in the tan shirt begin to fight near the woman who was in the wheelchair, who falls to the ground in the midst of their brawl.

A family vacation seemed to have gone wrong for a group of visitors at the theme park in California when men and women started beating each other in front of children.

The man in red goes after the first woman again, grabbing her by the hair and punching her.

Blair made a decision to jump into the fight to break it up after he saw a man punch a woman in the brawl, which was reportedly between family members, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Some Disneyland cast members can be seen in the video early on, though clearly they are not trying to get too involved in the fight, that would only likely result in injury.

The man in red then goes after a second woman, accusing her of hurting his mother, who was on the scooter.

Finally, more than three minutes after the fight started, several security personnel show up to put an end to the altercation.

"It's one of the things that I preach to my kids, and I preach to my team that I coach".

The incident has provoked strong reactions online, where many are questioning why security took so long to step in. "Those involved were immediately removed from the premises and turned over to the Anaheim Police Department".

"Any type of violence is inexcusable and will not be tolerated", said Liz Jaeger, a Disneyland Resort spokesperson.

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