Two Missouri women vacationing in Florida ended up taking an unexpected detour to jail after a brawl broke out over a golf cart and Disney World tickets, according to arrest records from the Wildwood Police Department. 

Katherine Northrup, 31, and Gina Danforth, 28, of Missouri, are accused of getting into a physical fight because they were both upset over “a golf cart and tickets to Disney World,” according to an arrest affidavit obtained by Fox News Digital. 

The brouhaha happened just before 11:30 a.m. on Monday, May 6, when police were called to a home where two women had to be physically separated while Northrup allegedly got “belligerent,” the affidavit said.

Northrup told police that Danforth got into her face and was spitting, and claimed that while she attempted to separate herself, she was grabbed by her hair and pinned down. 

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That’s when, according to the affidavit, punches started flying.

Both women admitted to officers that they engaged in fisticuffs. 

Several other people were also present during the scuffle, but police said they were not able to determine who started the argument “due to the lack of credible witnesses,” the affidavit stated. 

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The report indicated that Northrup suffered scratches on her neck, elbow and stomach and was checked out by EMS at the scene.

Danforth was transported to a local hospital as she wanted to be seen because she was “not feeling well.”

Both women were arrested and charged with battery. 

They were both booked at the Sumter County Detention Center and have since been released after each posting $1,000 bond, jail records showed. 

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