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Disneyland cameras caught a spiteful fight between family members

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ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — Mickey’s Toontown in Disneyland Park a spiteful fight between family members was caught on camera and the video was making its rounds on social media Monday.

The video watched by one million views on YouTube, begins with a man in a white shirt and woman in a white top, accompanied by two small children in a stroller, in an intense argument with a man in a pink shirt.

The woman in the white top could be seen sputtering on the man in pink, starting a physical clash between the groups.

The man in pink began to hit the woman when the man in white tried to stop him. The man in pink then started beating the man in white, and the woman pushed away the children inside of the stroller out of the way.

The children looked clearly distressed and other protecting other children away from the dispute.

A woman in beige came and started shouting at the woman in pink, then the man in white punched the woman in beige.

At that point, a woman on an electric scooter entered the middle of the fight and was later banged to the ground.

The man in pink eventually began violence to the woman in beige, punching her and grabbing her hair after she was knocked to the ground.

Punches and soundless yelling continued as the video went on.

It wasn’t until about three minutes and 20 seconds into the video that Disneyland security could be seen coming.

The man in pink could be seen walking away, undetained, as the video ended.

A statement from Disneyland said that the park does not accept any kind of violence.

The statement said, “Those involved were immediately removed from the premises and turned over the Anaheim Police Department.”

Officers responded to a call about a fight inside of the park, according to the Anaheim Police Department.

Upon their arrival, officers determined that the fight was family members against other family members who were uncooperative with police and “did not want anything done.”

Anaheim PD said, the family was accompanied out of the park and a report was taken.

The video in question was said to have been forwarded to detectives for follow up.

“In response to Guests’ concerns regarding the altercation that occurred at Disneyland the safety of our Cast and Guests remains our priority. As it’s currently under investigation, we cannot share additional info. @AnaheimPD is handling the investigation,” Disneyland released a statement earlier Monday said.