A wild, booze-fueled brawl broke out at an Ohio water park last week after someone cut in line for a ride — leading to two arrests and an intoxicated woman left bloodied and unconscious, video shows.
The footage, posted last Wednesday to YouTube, shows several visitors at the Kalahari water park in Sandusky throwing punches after witnesses claimed someone cut a line for the park’s surf attraction on May 17.
Lifeguards momentarily break up the dust-up — until a man appears to punch another park-goer, setting off an all-out melee, the footage shows.
A woman, identified by WKYC as Brittany Cabay, then attacks another man involved in the fight before he picks her up and heaves her to the ground, causing the 23-year-old Michigan woman to briefly lose consciousness.
The footage also shows a man, which the Daily Mail identified as Cabay’s boyfriend, Zackary Colzin, grabbing a chair and tossing it before slipping to the ground and knocking himself unconscious.
An EMT arrived moments later, the Sandusky Register reported, but was allegedly attacked by the Colzin after he regained consciousness.
Colzin also allegedly punched a responding deputy and had to be tased before being taken into custody, according to WKYC.
Both Colzin and Cabay were taken to a hospital for their injuries and were later charged with persistent disorderly conduct while intoxicated, police said, adding that Cabay told them she was “in school to be a police officer.”
“They were both very intoxicated, and they were also combative,” Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth told WOIO.
“The male was combative with our deputies. He was charged accordingly, and he also had a warrant out in the state of Michigan.”
Colzin was also charged with assault on a peace officer, assault on an EMT, resisting arrest and failure to disclose personal information, WKYC reported.
Cabay, meanwhile, was also accused of aggravated menacing as well as failure to identify herself to authorities.
Colzin was wanted in Michigan for theft of a motor vehicle, WKYC reported.
A third person in the clip is also expected to be charged for hurling Cabay to the ground, according to the station.
“We want everybody to come and have a good time, but we want them to be responsible with their consumption of alcohol,” Sigsworth told WKYC.
“We’ll continue to respond to 911 calls out there, whatever they may be, and if people are intoxicated to the point where they’re causing a disturbance, they’re gonna be arrested.”