A viral video showing a battle breach at Disneylands Toontown has prompted a police investigation into Anaheim, California.
In a statement on Monday, the Anaheim Police Department said that everyone involved in the incident is part of the same family and that it looks at the possibility of filing criminal charges.
APD is aware of a video that goes into a fight within @Disneyland on Saturday. We responded to investigating. All parties were from the same family and were cooperative. A report was taken. There was no video at that time. Now that we have video, the study can continue
̵1; Anaheim PD (@AnaheimPD) July 8, 2019
The incident took place on Saturday, with the video moving over the next day.
In the video, a man in a red shirt and a woman in a white shirt is seen shouting at each other as two young children are sitting in a stroller nearby. The woman seems to spit on the man's face. He then hits her face several times.
The woman then asks someone to "keep my daughters." As it happens, the man in the red shirt begins to beat another man who was previously involved but was in the same group.
Several other people are so involved in the fight while the children are heard crying in the background, and someone is crying for "ring security."
* WARNING: This video contains explicit language. * A video sent to YouTube on Sunday caught a fierce battle that broke out at Disneyland. https://t.co/uJQ23MF822: SJP35 Productions pic.twitter.com/lotZyt6Elr
– FOX 5 San Diego (@ fox5sandiego) July 8, 2019
At one point, a woman became in an electric scooter trying to get up and intervene but is knocked to the ground.
Disneyland security comes soon and then breaks the fight and the family spreads.
The original video ran more than four minutes and achieved more than 1.3 million views. From Monday night, the original video seemed to have been blocked on YouTube, but had been redistributed across social media.
A spokesman from Disneyland told The Orange County Register that the people involved were immediately escorted from the park.
"Any type of violence is inexplicable and will not be tolerated," said liz jaeger in a statement to the registry. "Those involved were immediately removed from the premises and returned to the Anaheim Police Department."