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Disney World Guests Shocked at Absolutely “Disgusting Behavior” at Parks: “Pathetic People”

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Guests reported some “disgusting behavior” on the part of grown adults during a recent Walt Disney World vacation.

The Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort are known to be some of the best places in the world for a Disney vacation. From the myriad attractions such as Haunted Mansion and the irreplaceable Main Street, U.S.A., at Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland Park, or lands like Pandora at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, there’s a lot to love. Guests from all over the world flock to the theme parks to have their chance at the Disney experience, but there are times when some guests can ruin it for others.

"Partners" statue in front of Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World Resort

“Partners” statue in front of Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World Resort / Credit: Disney

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Guest Reports New Instance of Bad Behavior at Disney World

Recently, a Disney World guest took to Reddit to share, “I have never witnessed the [absolutely] disgusting behavior by grown adults [as I did] tonight when Tron was closed.” The guest went on to explain that the other park visitors in question were “Yelling at the cast members, [and using] profane language with kids all around.”

The park visitors reportedly also continued yelling after the attraction reopened because the cast member didn’t let them in, as the visitors didn’t have a virtual queue or lightning lane.

Tusker House Animal Kingdom

Tusker House, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park / Credit: Disney

One guest sympathized with the OP, calling out the badly behaved guests: “Unfortunately, some people don’t know how to behave in public. Pathetic people.”

Many others insisted there needed to be “a zero-tolerance policy” for this kind of behavior. Another fan shared, “Disney should ban these people.” The Disney fan elaborated that the minute a Disney theme park guest started yelling at cast members, they should immediately be taken out of the parks, adding that would ensure “the behavior is curtailed” and “the rest of us won’t have to listen to these jerks!!!!”

Tower of Terror at Disney's Hollywood Studios Theme Park

Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Theme Park, Walt Disney World Resort / Credit: Disney

This said, one guest took the time to share that the majority of guests don’t behave so terribly. It’s just the minority tend to be the loudest. The guest shared a story from their time as a cast member.

People suck. I do want to say that I was pleasantly surprised a couple weeks ago. I mentioned this in another thread, but my MIL had to have paramedics come help her due to dehydration. She was in the bathroom at the entrance of HS. The staff closed the restroom for 20 minutes. At least 20 people were politely turned away and told where the closest RR was. Not one complained. They were all pleasant and understanding.

All in all there are some real ahole gems out there, but I think most people are decent. It’s just the worst are the loudest and most visible.

All in all, it’s unclear how the situation ended with the other guests, but it should go without saying that basic decency and decorum are an absolute must while at the Disney Parks; treating cast members and fellow guests with respect is a bare minimum.

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About Priyanka Kumar

Priyanka is a writer, artist, avid reader, and travel enthusiast based in Chicago. In her free time, she is probably walking by the lake, catching up on the latest releases on TV, or spending inordinate amounts of time rewatching Moana, Encanto, and her Disney Channel life-long favorites Zack and Cody wreak havoc on the Tipton.

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