Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida may be “The Most Magical Place on Earth”, but that doesn’t mean that, sometimes, that magic is forgotten by Guests.
Disney Parks strives to provide an environment for Guests and Cast Members that is safe, with extensive health and safety measures, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sadly, since its phased reopening, many arguments and scuffles have been spotted by Guests at Walt Disney World Resort, with multiple fights occurring across Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Now, a new video has revealed another ridiculous altercation between Guests at a Disney theme park, adding yet another fight video to the ever-rising pile of silliness happening at the Parks.
Punches and beatings are not what Disney Guests want to see or hear as they enjoy their day at Magic Kingdom, but Guests got an unexpected shock last night at the Walt Disney World Resort when a small fight broke out near Cinderella Castle.
In a crazy video posted to TikTok by @heather7marie, it seems at least three Disney Guests were involved in an altercation that resulted in Guests being tackled to the ground:
The best thing about this video? The user’s addition of the soundtrack to Disney’s popular Happily Ever After nighttime spectacular, which perfectly juxtaposes the ridiculous nature of the fight in Magic Kingdom. The soundtrack’s lyrics about magic and hope showcase the lack of magic found in the video’s violent content.
The video shows a crowd forming in Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom to witness an ongoing fight between three Disney Guests. Although not confirmed, many Guests believe the fight began when one Guest accidentally hit the other with their stroller in a crowded area.
We understand that no one was seriously injured in the incident, but it is disheartening to see such an aggressive situation occur in Walt Disney World.
In particular, it shouldn’t be that Cast Members have to deal with breaking up these fights and ensure the safety of nearby Guests. Their role is to “Create Happiness”, and we hope that happiness was maintained in the Park for the remainder of the night.
We all want to see fireworks at Walt Disney World, but not between Disney Guests.
This unfortunately isn’t the first time a fight has broken out at the Disney Parks. We recently reported a heated exchange between an angry Guest and Cast Member over a stroller that was parked next to the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel. Earlier this month, a fight broke out in Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Last year, a video was released of a fight between Guests in front of the very tame Living with the Land attraction at EPCOT.
With prices increasing, FastPass disappearing, COVID-19 rules being enforced, and Disney’s Magical Express being retired, it seems tensions are high among Guests right now. This behavior is obviously not tolerated, and we sincerely hope that the magic and happiness of a Disney vacation can shine through in 2022.