I know it's really, really hot!

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I get it.

Can we at least go to an Alabama waterpark, for some summer fun, without everyone getting into a brawl?

Last year, 50 something folks got into a brawl at a Golden Corral restaurant.

I'll admit, this Golden Corral one is pretty dang crazy.

*Video from 6abcPhiladelphia/YouTube

Alabama waterparks are not the only place where people brawl, because they also do it in Florida!

*Video from Piranah Pimptight/YouTube

In recent days, a group visiting Splash Adventure in Bessemer, Alabama ended up in a fight. Many adults jumped in, not to help calm things down, but instead to fight!

I have not been given permission to post the video at this time.

However, I did get the story from a few folks that were at the park, when the brawl erupted.

Here's what they had to say below.

By the way, the fight, according to most was over a couple of beach towels.

One of the things that seemed to be a problem for some, was the supposed security folks just watching the brawl.

I can't confirm that to be true at this time.

However, I don't blame those folks. They aren't polic officers and a good brawl is a good brawl.

Right?

It's, like, 115 degrees everyday in July in Alabama. So, let's all try to take a walk and cool down when we feel upset.

Just a thought. Hope you are having a great summer.

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