Knott’s Berry Farm has scaled again its weekend chaperone coverage that went into impact over the summer time to assist restore order and confidence on the Buena Park theme park after a number of fights broke out involving youngsters.
Beneath the up to date coverage, all guests 17 years previous or youthful should be accompanied by a chaperone on Saturdays to enter Knott’s Berry Farm, in accordance with the park’s web site.
The chaperone coverage has advanced a number of occasions since July after a collection of fights involving rowdy teenagers prompted panic and chaos that compelled the early closure of the park to make sure visitor security.
Knott’s initially required teen chaperones on Fridays and Saturdays earlier than including Sundays as effectively. The theme park prolonged the chaperone coverage to each evening of the favored Knott’s Scary Farm Halloween occasion in September and October.
The violence erupted on July 16 when Buena Park Police responded to reviews of a number of fights and unfounded reviews of gunshots at Knott’s. Video footage of the chaos and panic inside Knott’s confirmed punches being thrown throughout quite a few fights all through the park whereas guests hid for his or her security in retailers and eating places.
The chaperone should be no less than 21 years previous, have a legitimate ID with date of delivery, present a cellphone quantity and stay with the minors all through all the go to. A single chaperone can accompany as much as 5 underage guests per day. Guests underneath 18 discovered within the park with out a chaperone may face ejection.