Walt Disney World’s dining and shopping complex known as Disney Springs was the unexpected site where two sisters were arrested on multiple charges, including domestic violence, battery and disorderly intoxication back in October.

The two unnamed women, who were reported as 29 and 31 years old, received the misdemeanor charges on Oct. 26, though the report of the incident was not released until recently, according to documents obtained by WDWNT, a Disney Parks news outlet.

The police report states the siblings were vacationing at the Orlando resort with their family and were out to dinner at the complex, with both getting highly intoxicated later in the evening. Over a series of events including their phones dying and an Uber driver denying them a ride because they were too drunk, the sisters were waiting for a taxi driver. According to the Orlando County sheriff’s office, this is where a fight between the two began to escalate.

The sheriff’s office received a dispatch at around 12:40 a.m. about the fight, and it was reported the fight began when the older sister called the younger one a “bad mom,” which led to intense screaming, violence and indecent exposure.

“Both females were screaming at each other. [The security manager] said one female was sitting on a bench while the second female was standing over her. After attempting to calm the situation, [the security manager] said one female slapped the other in the face. At that point, both females began punching, slapping, and pulling each other’s hair,” according to the sheriffs' report.

The report also described that the younger of the two women “was not wearing any clothing,” and was only in underwear and sandals.

They were separated, but the fight continued at that point.

“Once separated, both sisters ran at each other, slipped in [the younger sister’s] vomit, then fell into the bushes while still fighting. [The security manager] stated [the younger sister] ran a few feet away and took off her dress, exposing her breasts. Shortly after, they began to punch each other again. [The security manager] and [another cast member who witnessed the fight] were able to separate the two again until the off-duty deputies arrived on scene,” the sheriff’s report continued.

Disney stated they did not have any video footage of the altercation.

Since the incident, the state attorney's office declined to pursue criminal charges, and both siblings requested that neither be prosecuted. No one was injured during the fight.