Last night Twitter user @DisneyVegenz posted a video of an altercation happening in EPCOT’s “The Land” pavilion at Walt Disney World with the caption “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”
I admit it. I find that very funny and I sung it in my head.
What’s not funny is that people thought having a physical fight in the pavilion was an okay idea.
— RandomDisneyDude (@DisneyVengenz) November 28, 2021
Sadly, if fights like this break out it impacts everyone witnessing it as well. More than one “F” word was screamed during this exchange.
All of this led to a discussion about how these “outbursts” have been happening more and more frequently. But others pointed out that it likely happened then too, but with constant internet access and cell phone documentation we are more aware of it.
Personally, I can’t imaging behaving this way in public let alone at Walt Disney World. Don’t get me wrong, I have seen plenty of bad behavior that could drive a person to react negatively, but there’s just saying something and then flat out having a physical fight.
There were a couple of comments in the discussion that made me smile:
Figment fans vs. Non believers.
— Alicia Reese (@Roxymoxi) November 28, 2021
One of the families reported the other for stealing cucumbers 🥒
— Linda (@Lottelicious) November 28, 2021
tomato girl disapproves pic.twitter.com/e4I81imzn6
— chris! at the rope drop (@ropedropchris) November 28, 2021
The Kitchen Kabaret vs. Food Rocks crowd can get pretty intense
— Chris Lane – Venturi3D (@technosworld) November 28, 2021
And my personal favorite!
— Avery Merry Christmas 🎄 (@aelb625) November 28, 2021
According to reports the fight broke up and moved on without security showing up. But there is film of it now, so who knows if Disney will try to track them down or now.
Remember someone is always watching.
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