Adults, teens arrested in Disney brawl

Adults, teens arrested in Disney brawl

There are 246 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from May 22, 2007, titled Adults, teens arrested in Disney brawl. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Three teens and two adults were arrested at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom after deputies said they spat on guests, cursed and brawled with an Orange County deputy, according to a report released Monday.

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Enough

Huntsville, AL

#1 May 22, 2007
Okay folks. It's time to start getting tough. The courts won't do it. When you see a problem get involved. If you have your carry licenses then start putting it to the use it was meant for. We've got to put civilization back into our communities and if we can't do it another way then we'll have to do it by force. These low-life don't deserve to be treated with respect. Treat them rough and the word will get out not to try this crap again.
Starflyer59

Gainesville, FL

#2 May 22, 2007
Good. Lock these little punks up and throw away the key. Instead of a tazer, the cop should have given them a taste of a 9mm bullett. It is sad the idiots that are in this world.
Brian M

Brampton, Canada

#4 May 22, 2007
Must have thought they were at U studios>
Petey

Denver, CO

#6 May 22, 2007
New York eh? What do you think I've been trying to tell you about the cause of crime here?!
Fred

Shreveport, LA

#7 May 22, 2007
What a bunch of losers...go back home.
What did you say

Sebastian, FL

#8 May 22, 2007
Enough wrote:
Okay folks. It's time to start getting tough. The courts won't do it. When you see a problem get involved. If you have your carry licenses then start putting it to the use it was meant for. We've got to put civilization back into our communities and if we can't do it another way then we'll have to do it by force. These low-life don't deserve to be treated with respect. Treat them rough and the word will get out not to try this crap again.
I do agree with getting involved. The security guards got involved and that might be why the cop is still here talking. They just battered a law enforcement officer - that means....they have no respect and do not care about joe anyone on the street. I cannot believe they let them out on 2.300 either.

As far as carrying, you would be locked up if you were caught carrying on Disney property. Not to mention the fact that do you really want blow someone away for a brawl? Is killing a 19 or 20 year old for being disorderly the way to go? I am sorry - I don't agree with you on the weapon thing. So what do we do now, we all carry and kill each other when someone says, does something we don't like?

Since: Apr 07

Far,far away

#10 May 22, 2007
Enough wrote:
Okay folks. It's time to start getting tough. The courts won't do it. When you see a problem get involved. If you have your carry licenses then start putting it to the use it was meant for. We've got to put civilization back into our communities and if we can't do it another way then we'll have to do it by force. These low-life don't deserve to be treated with respect. Treat them rough and the word will get out not to try this crap again.
Nicely said! I agree.
rentyr

Orlando, FL

#11 May 22, 2007
it is obvious from the two pictures of the girls on myspace that they were actually the ugly stepsisters to cinderella. with those faces, they should have been dating goofy.
What did you say

Sebastian, FL

#12 May 22, 2007
p.s. I think they should have been made to leave the State. There should be something on the law books that say "if you do a crime while in our state, you will be escorted out", then notify even LEO all the way to their hometowns that they are coming home.
Robin from Israel

Ukraine

#13 May 22, 2007
It is amazing to read how "adults" act so irresponsible as to not only get drunk but also violent and encourage this behaivor in the teens that were with them. They should also be banned from setting foot on Disney property ever again too. That type of behaivor should not be tolerated anyplace at all, but especially not at Disney.
Bob

Lakeland, FL

#14 May 22, 2007
Does anyone see something "goofy" (excuse the pun} regarding this story? 11:15 at the Magic Kingdom? Why so late---and--the Magic Kingdom doesn't serve alcohol. Why so drunk?
Awaynow

Orlando, FL

#15 May 22, 2007
There are two MySpace pictures of the girls, but actually one of the pictures is a guy dressed in drag. That ain't no girl.
Hummm

Orlando, FL

#16 May 22, 2007
OK Folks, now the real news, these punks are vacationing at Walt Disney World because Grandpa won the New York Lottery for around 40 Million!!!! Just shows that money does not take the evil out !!!
Paul

Saint Petersburg, FL

#17 May 22, 2007
So much for the "happiest place on earth..." And since none of the miscreants are over 21, where did they get the booze? Did they bring it in? If so, nice security screening system. If they bought it, then nice job of carding minors...
SpeedHater

Casselberry, FL

#18 May 22, 2007
The missing point here is that the parents aren't teaching kids to respect anyone or anything...

Come on parents, do your job!!!!

Perhaps if the parents were held accountable for the actions of their children....
Bob

Ocala, FL

#19 May 22, 2007
Can't wait to hear the excuse their lawyer will come up with....
rcc

Lakeland, FL

#20 May 22, 2007
Wonder who bailed them out so quickly?
Kettimporta

United States

#21 May 22, 2007
What did you say wrote:
p.s. I think they should have been made to leave the State. There should be something on the law books that say "if you do a crime while in our state, you will be escorted out", then notify even LEO all the way to their hometowns that they are coming home.
Great way of ridding ourselves of the illegals without legislation.
Kettimporta

United States

#22 May 22, 2007
Robin from Israel wrote:
It is amazing to read how "adults" act so irresponsible as to not only get drunk but also violent and encourage this behaivor in the teens that were with them. They should also be banned from setting foot on Disney property ever again too. That type of behaivor should not be tolerated anyplace at all, but especially not at Disney.
READ closely...Adults? 20 and 19. You spell that nineteen. the end of that nine is TEEN. The 20 yr-old is just past teen. No excuses for what has been done but good grief how they write these stories.
Yearly Disney Vistor

Fairless Hills, PA

#23 May 22, 2007
Please read between the line. Their bail was $2,300 each. Guess what their fine and court cost are going to be for disorderly conduct and under age drinking. It is going to be the same as a traffic ticket. You either go to court and fight it or you pay this amount.

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