Video: Violent Fight Breaks Out Between Family at Disneyland

Police are investigating after a major brawl between a family was captured on video at Disneyland in California.

The disturbing video, which was posted online on July 7 shows dozens of bystanders watching as one man dressed in a pink shirt punching a woman in the face after she spat at him during an argument at the Mickey's Toontown area of the amusement park.

Another man dressed in a white T-shirt then steps in, resulting in the two men squaring up to each other before exchanging blows.

The man in white punches a second woman in the head when she attempts to calm the situation down. Moments later, the man in pink then walks over to the first woman and starts to pull on her hair, hitting her in the head.

The two women who were being attacked by the men then start hitting each other, causing a third woman to fall on the ground as she attempts to intervene.

The man in pink then returns, telling the first woman "you got what you wanted," before repeatedly striking her in the face, causing her to also fall to the ground.

A short while later, the man in pink turns his attention to the second woman, landing several violent blows and knocking her to the ground. Several people then pull him off her and restrain him while the second woman remains injured on the ground.

Security can then be seen getting involved and separating those involved in the altercation.

Anaheim Police said they interviewed the family members involved in the disorder, but none of them were cooperative, reports KABC. The department said they were made aware of the video and are now pursuing a criminal case.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Disney told KABC: "We do not condone this behavior."

You can watch the full video here. Warning: footage contains strong language and shocking scenes.

Elsewhere, Disneyland was forced to temporarily close several of its rides in the wake of a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that struck California on July 5.

The Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in Los Angeles was also forced to close several of its rides following the massive quake.

"The safety of our guests and employees is our top priority and as a precautionary measure, we are conducting an extensive visual, structural, and operational safety checks on all of the rides before re-opening," the park wrote on Twitter.

Six Flags Magic Mountain said normal operation had resumed by July 6.

Correction: This story originally stated that the fight was between two families. Newsweek has been informed that the altercation was between just one family.

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(File photo) Cinderella's Castle at Disneyland Resort. Anaheim police are investigating a video showing several people fighting inside the theme park. Barry King/WireImage/Getty