Disney fish tank in a Downtown Disney restaurant in Florida exploded water from a leak. As people were calmly eating their meals, the Disney fish tank unexpectedly leaked and water burst through. The water disturbed the diners making them get up and leave the restaurant entirely.

The Disney fish tank was situated in the dinosaur-themed T-Rex Cafe where the theme is aquatic. The unexpected water burst from the Disney fish tank disrupted the patrons from their meals.

One of the restaurant's clients named Kate Wallace was able to catch the unlikely event on video. She told CNN affiliate Bay News 9 that as the water exploded from the leak, restaurant workers were quick to respond and rushed in to get patrons out of the way to save them from getting wet and from and to save the fish in the Disney fish tank.

In an interview with Orlando Sentinel, she said, "The staff -- they were doing the best job that they could. It was craziness. Just kind of people freaking out. It's not something that you see very often. How do you respond to that?"

She also posted a tweet of the incident of the Disney fish tank:

Senior vice president Keith Beitler of Landry's specialty restaurants division, which owns and operates T-Rex Cafe said in a statement, "A seal failed on the tank causing water to leak. Employees took action and did a great job rescuing all of the marine life, caring for our guests and managing the situation. The marine life has been moved to holding tanks and the restaurant is open for business as usual." Beitler added that all marine life inside the Disney fish tank were rescued and are alive.

The Disney fish tank water explosion didn't stop the restaurant from continuing its operations. Despite the uncanny event, T-Rex Cafe remained open. T-Rex is in the Downtown Disney complex, which features different attractions like restaurants, entertainment and shops. Downtown Disney is situated outside Disney's theme parks in Orlando, where entrance and parking fees are free.

See video below to watch the Disney fish tank leak water explosion: