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Another guest risks being banned from Disney in this latest video

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Another guest risks being banned from Disney in this latest video
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It seems more and more that Disney guests are engaging in risky behavior. Check out the latest video of someone not able to follow the safety rules.

Disney Safety Rules

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Disney explicitly tells us to keep all arms, hands, feet, and legs inside the ride vehicle for all rides. In fact, the ride may even stop and you may hear an overhead voice reminding everyone to keep all body parts inside. Guests should follow these rules.

Previous Incidents

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You may remember a Guest jumped off Living with the Land last summer because apparently she was hungry for a cucumber. You can read that story HERE. Then, another unfortunate incident involved a young child who was scared and jumped out of Splash Mountain.

Finally, in April, we reported guests not following the rules while riding it’s a small world and Splash Mountain HERE.

What Happened This Time?

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A guest posted a video sticking his foot out of Splash Mountain’s vehicle. Take a look at the video to see how dangerous this was. In a split second, his foot could have been crushed between the ride vehicle and river wall.

Even though guests are warned to keep their hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the vehicle at all times, this guest did not listen! He could have been seriously injured or banned from Disney Parks altogether.

Taking a video to show off this event is bad enough, but this guy even uses dog barking sounds to emphasize his feet being placed where they clearly do not belong.

@mitchgar2

Dogs got a little rowdy on splash mountain #voiceeffects #LinkBudsNeverOff #dogs @spiggatits

♬ Dog Barking – Authentic Sound Effects

What do you think of the videos? Does this make you mad since they endanger themselves? Do you wish Disney would crack down on these bold rule breakers or just let it go? Please let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Just because someone paid admission doesn’t mean you get to do what you want. It is unfortunate that people complain about Disney not giving the experience etc. With people proposing in areas where they are not suppose to be – or similar to grown-ups acting like little kids. Rules are set for a reason. If you don’t like it don’t go… But stop imposing what you think is “good experience” over that of what is obviously wrong. People should also stop justifying bad behavior and blaming Disney for any “discomfort” it causes someone. It is annoying to read comments how a moment was ruined etc. When any sane person know you don’t climb the empty Disney stage or area. People need to stop being so self-serving. PS. This applies to life too or anywhere we go or do.

  2. I think if you keep showing things like this people will keep doing it for the attention -there are a lot of copycats in the world with no sense of their own

  3. I think I read that a guest had his fingertip severed when he put his hands in the water at Pirates of the Caribbean a few years ago (the track for the boat is quite sharp). What is wrong with people? there are rules for safety!!

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