A huge brawl broke out at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri last weekend involving more than 100 teens according to a report from a law enforcement agency.

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There's a song called "Saturday Nights Alright for Fighting" by Elton John. Sadly, that song came true last weekend at Worlds of Fun according to a Clay County Sheriff's Department report.

Saturday night, April 8, Clay County deputies were called to Worlds of Fun where they witnessed up to 150 teens involved in a huge altercation. As the deputies broke up the disturbance, one of the deputies was even struck by a teen girl who was turned over to her parents.

Some bystanders in vehicles captured video of the event.

The Kansas City Star is reporting that the park is now requiring kids 15 and younger now be accompanied by an adult when entering.

Clay County deputies say that the fighting continued into the parking lot after they removed the kids from the park. There's no report or confirmation as to what started the brawl in the first place.

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