This post contains video of a guest altercation at Disney World, during which extremely strong and offensive language is used. Viewer discretion and caution are strongly advised.
Just when you think you’ve seen the most awful behavior on display at a Disney park, an incident takes place that makes you realize that, yes, it can get worse. That’s exactly what happened during a wild altercation between a group of guests in line for an EPCOT attraction and other guests who witnessed the whole ordeal.
On Tuesday, TikTok user Theme Park Vibes posted a video of a group of young people in line for the Soarin’ attraction at EPCOT. From the very beginning of the recording–and throughout it–the four individuals verbally attack the guest who is recording the altercation, and to say their choice of vocabulary is colorful would be a gross understatement.
Viewer discretion is absolutely advised.
It’s important to note that the entire altercation took place after the group of four cut in line ahead of other guests who were waiting to enjoy the attraction.
In the queue for the Soarin’ attraction at The Land pavilion at EPCOT, some of the worst guest behavior was on display for all to see. when he and his friends began cussing out a group of fellow theme park visitors and attacked them with homophobic slurs, all this after cutting the line at an attraction.
Bad Guest Behavior in the Parks
For whatever reason, some guests who visit the Most Magical Place on Earth simply seem to have taken leave of their senses, displaying behaviors and acting in ways that leave other guests scratching their heads. Guests who frequent the Central Florida Disney Parks are no strangers to these behaviors, some of which can be as mild as a rude comment or an eye-roll toward a cast member or as egregious and shocking as a full-fledged physical attack on other guests that invites every member of the family to join in.
(Yes, that actually happened.)
Altercation at Soarin’ Attraction
In the video of the altercation that took place in the queue for the Soarin’ attraction at EPCOT, the group of four guests who cut in line ahead of other guests spared no words when displaying their rage and frustration toward other guests who pointed out their bad behavior.
@theme.park.vibes We were just trying to smell some oranges on Soarin in Epcot… #disneyfight #epcot ♬ original sound – Theme Park Vibes
The two-minute-long video, which has garnered nearly 30,000 comments and has been shared more than 7,800 times, shows the group after they reportedly cut “the entire line” in the queue. It also shows the group refusing to move when they’re asked to do so by other guests.
The female guest who posted the video online attempted to talk to the group about their actions, at which point one of the males in the group replied, saying, “I’m not talking to no ******* females.” His friends then begin laughing. At a later point in the video, the young man then claims to play football for the University of Central Florida (UCF).
The video also shows one of the young women in the group using homophobic slurs as she argues with guests who were filming the video of the altercation. At one point, a guest approaches the group to remind them that there are children in line for the attraction, telling them that they need to watch their language and be mindful of their behavior.
The shocking behavior took many guests and fans of the parks by surprise. But the shock only grew when the young man involved in the altercation–who said he plays football for UCF–responded online to comments about the altercation, saying that the entire situation began because other guests were using racial slurs against him.
The young man, who goes by Kj Brathwaite on TikTok, begins his video by saying that he’s responding to the video circulating online of him and his friends.
He initially apologizes to any children who were there during the altercation and then says there are two sides to every story–and he wants to give his side of the story, which includes claims that guests in line for the attraction used a racial slur toward him.
But this was never mentioned in the original video.
The young man also confesses that he does not play football for UCF, leaving many to wonder why he was part of such an elevated exchange in the first place–especially since he and his three friends reportedly began the scenario by cutting in line in front of multiple guests.
Ultimately, the group of four were reportedly removed from the line by cast members, but questions still remain about the reasons for their aggressive behaviors and their quickly-elevating responses to those who called them out for their bad behavior in the queue.
Were you at EPCOT during this situation? Have you experienced other guests behaving badly in the parks? Share your experience in the comments section below.