Fight Breaks Out at Shanghai Disneyland After Young Boy ‘Touches’ a Woman’s Butt

Fight Breaks Out at Shanghai Disneyland After Young Boy ‘Touches’ a Woman’s Butt

July 20, 2018
The “happiest place” in Pudong, Shanghai turned into a brawl involving of angry women for a few minutes over an alleged incident involving a child over the weekend.
The fight at Shanghai Disneyland allegedly broke out after a female visitor accused an 8-year-old boy of touching her butt, That’s Shanghai noted.
A video of the incident shows two women — one in black and another in a gray skirt — caught in a verbal showdown as parkgoers watched.
The woman in black can be seen hitting the other with a hat a few times.
Other women nearby attempted to intervene.
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Seconds later, a woman in white can be seen pointing a finger at the woman in the gray skirt before pushing her arm away.
At one point, one asked, “Are you [expletive] crazy? Look at your [expletive] face! Why would he touch your butt?”
A Disney staff arrived at the scene shortly and all four women explained their versions of the incident.
In the end, both sides came to an agreement as the boy’s mother offered 1,000 yuan ($148) to the woman whose butt was allegedly violated, according to People’s Daily.
Netizens commented on the whole brawl:
“Obviously, these parents are taking the path of raising hooligans!”
“What the child did may be unintentional.”
“Some children will know what their parents are at a glance.”
“If you don’t teach now, society will help you in the future.”
“This girl only needs a boyfriend.”
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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