Two people banned from Disney World after caught-on-camera brawl over photo op: police

Two people have been banned from Walt Disney World after they scuffled with another family inside the theme park during a photo-op, police said.

The brawl broke out at 2:30 p.m. Monday in front of the 100th anniversary sign at the front of the Magic Kingdom, the Orange County Sherrif’s Office confirmed.

One family — who police referred to as the “victim family” — was posing in front of the massive monument for a group photograph when another larger family walked into the frame.

The two families fight.
A fight between two families broke out when one asked the other to move out of the frame so they could take a picture.

“When the suspect family was asked to move so the photo could be taken, one member of the suspect family punched a member of the victim family in the face, and the fight ensued from there,” police said.

Two people “were issued a trespass warning which means they are not welcome on the property,” the sheriff’s office said.

“If they return, they can be arrested.”

Police did not specify who was issued the trespass warnings, but said they were from the “suspect family.”

The two families fight.
At least one person was injured in the tussle.

Shocking video captured the melee and showed the families throwing punches at one another, with one man on the ground, as Disney employees call for backup.

The warring groups can be heard screaming and cursing at one another as workers tried to split them up.

One man who was thrown to the ground struggled to get back to his feet and opted to remain seated, the video shows.

At least one person received medical treatment at the scene.

The victim declined to press charges, and no one was arrested after the brawl.

The two families fight.
Two people were banned from Disney following the incident.

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Walt Disney World prohibits “using profanity or engaging in unsafe, illegal, disruptive or offensive behavior, jumping lines or saving places in lines for others,” according to its website.

Walt Disney World Resort did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.

Per: NYP


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