Somehow, nobody is killed when the ride restarts mid-brawl. The main intention of the Ferris Wheel operator in Florida’s choice to physically confront a passenger led to an all-out brawl. All that is caught on wild video in Florida that moment a carnival worker forced a woman to get off a ride.
On Saturday night a 38-second clip shot at the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market showed the wheel coming to a standstill, as the worker holds the cart steady for a woman and two children to alight.
She is waving a finger in his face while she appears to be upset about something and has words with him. And then swiftly the man flies off the handle, yelling “Get this f— off!”, grasping the woman and pushing her backward off the platform; the little girl holding onto her gets pitched to the ground too.
When she falling back luckily woman manages to grab at his shirt and comes back at him with swinging also, she is not alone there. To defend her all hell breaks as several people run to rush to the platform to defend her, with crowding on the man as they lay in punches and kicks. So far so good the two children are somehow not trampled underfoot.
As witnesses scream in horror It seems that whether by accident or design the drama is not even nearly over: as the man retreats from the scene, the Ferris Wheel quickly restarts, disrupting a number of the people stood on the platform out of the way.
Thank God, the second miracle in as many seconds, there were no reports of any serious injuries. Local10 reported People to call for backup just before 10 PM to quell the “escalating disturbance within the venue”, to Off duty officers who were moonlighting at the fair.
On Saturday after interviewing her detectives told her that hopefully there was if he has been apprehended yet there was “probable cause” to arrest the employee. Added that: “The Opa-Locka Police Department does not tolerate any criminal acts of violence and will prosecute those individuals to the fullest extent of the law,”.