Another theme park fight, in less than a couple of weeks in our area? Be ready to catch hands when you get off the rollercoaster.

I thought I was crazy this morning when I saw a story about a fight breaking out at Fright Fest. Didn't we already write this story? Yes, two weeks ago we reported to you that Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington had several massive fights break out. Due to the craziness, Six Flags Over Texas closed early and police were called into the scene.

Basically the same exact thing happened this weekend in Oklahoma City at Frontier City during Fright Fest. I always forget that Six Flags owns Frontier City since it doesn't have the Six Flags name. They're doing Fright Fest up there right now and it's basically the same thing that happened here in Texas.

Fights breaking out throughout the park and Frontier City closes early. Some folks were saying that someone was stabbed during one of these altercations. Oklahoma City Police told News 9 that this was not true. Also Frontier City scans for objects before going into the park. It's possible someone could sneak one in, but it doesn't look like that happened.

Of course when a fight breaks out, the phones come out. Someone caught some footage of the chaos this past weekend. You can check it out above.

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