The great thing about having phones with cameras and social media is that we can always be ready to catch that special moment or partake in someone else’s special moment. It also means that bad behavior and fights don’t go undocumented either, as is the case with the latest fist fight at Walt Disney World.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the location of the latest knock down brawl. Woody couldn’t even stop this one, and neither could the Cast Member it seems.
While guests were in line for Toy Story Midway Mania they got a bit more “entertainment” than they bargained for and it was all caught on camera thanks to Twitter user the new Drew.
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What’s sadder yet is that it seems there kids were there as well. All you can hear is women yelling “Stop! Stop!” and the same women appear to break up the men that are on the ground fighting.
At the heart of the pile where two men who should have known better.
The Cast Member does appear to try and do something about it, but let’s be honest, they are limited on what they can do and no one wants to see them injured over guest stupidity. You see them leave the area, presumably to get help.
No word on why the fight happened or what happened to the unruly guests afterwards.
I get that at a Disney park it can get tense sometimes. People do rude things or say rude things. Maybe you did something rude, intentionally or not, etc. But this is never an answer. There were kids there too. Is it really worth traumatizing your children or other people’s children? Then there’s the possibility of a lifetime ban from the parks. I’m sure that will make your kids happy.
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