Fight Breaks Out Near Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland

Disneyland Fight
Credit: Disney

Yesterday, another fight was caught on camera at a Disney Parks location. This one occurred at Disneyland, near Pirates of the Caribbean in New Orleans Square.

The area of the Park where the popular ride exits, is filled with an array of shops, all within extremely close quarters. The region also boasts Disney’s illustrious Club 33, the VIP lounge next to Walt Disney’s former apartment.

Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland

Credit: Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG

In the video posted by @bbcramirez, we see a man in a gray sweatshirt and hat suddenly shove a Guest at the Resort. A large number of onlookers are gathered around the area, signaling something must’ve already been brewing before the camera started rolling.

A couple of Guests step up to try and deescalate the situation, as others start yelling for security. The Guest, who was the recipient of the initial physical assault, pushes back, and a scuffle ensues, with voices raised in panic.


Crazy fight at Disneyland #fyp #xyzbca #disney #disneyland

♬ Bad Habit – Steve Lacy

Suddenly, a female Cast Member can be seen stepping between the agitated parties. Another Cast Member joins her, as Guests continue to make demands for security.

The person who initiated the physical contact, according to the video, turns around and takes his leave. The comments section may give some insight into what caused the altercation.

In a reply to the video, left by a TikTok account simply named @E, the person states, “I’m one of the custodial Cast Members that was there and it was a drunk club 33 Guest that started the fight.” This brings up an interesting point that’s been a topic of discussion in the Disney community as of late.

Club 33


Should alcohol be served at Disney Parks? It’s an unpopular question that’s caused some debate over the years, and with situations like this, the argument may resurface.

It’s no secret that several violent incidents have occurred at Disney Parks this year. Guests have seen an increase in altercations at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort.

We hope this is the last we’ll hear about incidents like this. If they keep occurring, Disney may be forced to implement more rules, as situations like these can ruin the experience for other Guests.

About Christy Weinberg

Christy is a West Coast writer with a special place in her heart for Disneyland Resort and Aulani. Growing up near the Parks, she was an Annual Passholder for about twenty years, often frequenting the Resort several times per week. Though she recently moved to the Pacific Northwest, she carries the magic with her by writing about Disney and connecting with the Disney community on social media.