Undoubtedly, there are several moments in every Disney Park Day when security has to forcibly escort a Guest back to “The World of Today” from “The World of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy” that we never hear about it. But TikTok and other forms of social media have become a means by which some of the newly banished can testify against the “injustice” to an amicable audience.
In one recent case, a TikToker by the name of @fattestedtravel, shared his account of when a Cast Member “got an attitude” about his camera equipment and made him walk out of the Disneyland Resort Theme Park.
Check it out for yourself:
I got walked out of Disneyland! #disneyland
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Apparently, the chief issue was regarding the vlogger’s gimble. Apparently, like selfie sticks, the Cast Member was not about to let any extendible camera equipment in the Park.
The vlogger has no qualms with the Disney Security Officers who walked him out of the Parks and the situation appears to be no more than a momentary situation that does not result in a ban of any kind. He defends his status as a rule-follower and chalks it up to an unfortunate run-in with the wrong on-stage Disney Parks employee.
Perhaps he is right. After all, we have reported on countless cases where TikTokers and other influencer variants have crossed through the turnstiles with the obvious intention of breaking Theme Park rules to see how much they can get away with. These cases have gone from dress code violations to leaving graffiti on Sleeping Beauty Castle. The Disneyland Resort and The Walt Disney World Resort have also begun to take more stringent measures to bring these Guests in line, so there are bound to be more virtuous content creators who are getting caught in the crossfire.
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If any readers are planning on visiting the Disney Theme Parks anytime soon and updating their social media, please remember to visit that Theme Park’s website for the most up-to-date rules on what you can bring inside.