Fist-fight breaks out between three men at Ferrari theme park in Spain

Fast and furious! Fist-fight breaks out between three men at Ferrari theme park in Spain after argument about queue-jumping

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This is the ferocious moment a fist fight breaks out in front of shocked locals and holidaymakers at a popular Spanish theme park.

Ferrari Land, an hour away from Barcelona in Salou on the Costa Dorada, is a PortAventura World park which opened as the only one in Europe dedicated to the legendary Italian luxury car manufacturing firm Ferrari.

However, today it was making headlines for other reasons as footage of a punch-up sparked by alleged queue jumpers led to these extraordinary scenes as visitors waited to get on a ride.

At least three men were filmed lashing out with their fists after one of the group jumped over a barrier and confronted another who had complained he hadn’t waited his turn to go on the ride.

One of the violent trio was seen taunting his rival as he dodged his punches and motioned to him to bring on more in between trying to land some of his own blows.

At least three men can be seen lashing out with their fists while they wait in the queue for a ride at Ferrari landย 

Other people in the line can be heard screaming at the men to stop punching each other

The same individual was later filmed shouting vile homophobic insults after the fighting finished.

It is believed the rollercoaster ride was the park’s famous Red Force which goes from 0-110mph in just five seconds.ย 

A witness watching the violence unfold complained about the lack of security, saying: ‘No security guard, no park manager controlling.

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‘You spend money with the intention of having a good time and you come across this scum without anyone to protect you.’

The incident is said to have happened yesterday at the popular theme park, which opened in April 2017 within PortAventura World complex in Salou.

Its most famous ride is the steel launched Red Force roller coaster which is the fastest steel roller coaster in Europe.

The theme park was packed because today is a Bank Holiday in the area as it is the National Day of Catalonia so locals took advantage of the three-day weekend to go to the beach and pursue other leisure activities.

PortAventura bosses said they condemned any sort of violent behaviour, telling local press: ‘As soon as we were informed about this incident we acted rapidly and comprehensively by immediately expelling all those involved.’

Police are said to have been informed but it was not clear today if any arrests had been made.

The man in the white t-shirt, pictured middle left, originally jumped over the metal railings to hit somebody

The violence came on the bank holiday of the National Day of Catalonia as locals looked to ejoy a three-day weekend

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