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What was intended to be an enjoyable night out for adults at Wild River Country Saturday night, ended in chaos as several fights broke out amongst the crowd.

(KTHV) – What was intended to be an enjoyable night out for adults at Wild River Country Saturday night, ended in chaos as several fights broke out amongst the crowd.

Wild River Country hosted their adult night on Saturday, June 20 starting at 8:30 p.m. Adults were welcome to bring their own alcohol in a cooler and enjoy the water activities.

However, this adult night was different than what was held in the past. According to Sgt. Brian Dedrick with the NLRPD, too many people were let into the park. Only 1,500 tickets were available for purchase according to the Wild River Country General Manager Chris Shillcutt. Shillcutt stated that his turntables marked 1,450 people who entered the establishment. However, many who weren’t there early enough were still turned away. Officers were called to the park around 7:30 p.m. Police stated that fights, too many to count, broke out at the water park. Videos and pictures surfaced social media showing people fighting with each other, and some began jumping the fence to avoid the line and ticket fees to get in.

Wild River Country posted this statement on their Facebook page Sunday, June 21:

“Due to the actions a few people Wild River Country will no longer be able to host adult nights.”

WATCH: One of several videos and pictures surfacing from last night's Wild River Country Adult night. The water park said,"Due to the actions a few people Wild River Country will no longer be able to host adult nights."

Posted by FOX16 News on Sunday, June 21, 2015

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