Savage Fight Breaks Out in Disney World’s ‘Toy Story’ Queue

A vacation to Walt Disney World Resort isn’t always as magical as it should be. Sometimes guests find themselves embroiled in altercations – like the rather infamous situation on Tom Sawyer Island last year – that led to disciplinary action taken by officials at Walt Disney World Resort.

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Tonight, unfortunately, it seems that a fight broke out in a Toy story queue for land-based attractions at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Disney World.

You can watch video of the altercation, which involved several guests – apparently teenagers – tearing their clothes and scratching themselves as a cast member fled, presumably to alert security, though the exact destination of the CM is unknown.

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The cause of the brawl also remains unclear at the time of publication. Commentators on the original video shared thoughts such as “I hope they get banned” and “The skippers? “

Again, the precise details of the altercation remain unclear at this time – although it appears to have taken place in the Toy story Queue Mania – and Disney World officials haven’t released any statements regarding what happened.

Mickey Mouse in front of Cinderella's castle
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The Walt Disney World Resort website has the following details on “Guest courtesy and attire” on the “Property rules” page:

Please be courteous to other guests and our cast members by not using profanity or engaging in dangerous, illegal, disruptive or offensive behavior, skipping lines or saving places in lines to others. For your safety and the safety of others, please refrain from running except in designated areas.

Stay tuned to ITM for more details on this developing story.

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