Disney Guests have hit a limit with entitled behavior, as former Cast Members and fellow Guests shared recently.
The Disney Resorts in Central Florida and Southern California are known to be some of the best places in the world for a Disney vacation. Both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort have myriad rides and attractions, with Guests flocking to the Parks to get their taste of the Disney magic. But with that many people all in one space, there are bound to be issues that crop up.
In particular, Guests have reportedly been behaving in more and more unacceptable ways recently; some fans argue it’s rude, entitled Guests, not the Walt Disney Company, that is causing the Disney magic to disappear. However, some awful instances of behavior have come to light in a Reddit discussion lately.
Disney fan and Reddit user u/Sta_rlord started the discussion by asking,
What is your Disneyland pet peeve?
My biggest pet peeve has to be when they tear off the pricing part of the merch tag. Especially when you know it’s very expensive ?, I’m curious to know what little things bother people about the park 🙂
U/coldcurru added their anecdote,
My husband is a custodial CM and he’s seen people purposely litter in front of him just to make him clean up. Or sometimes people make big messes like popcorn, start to try to clean, and then their mom or someone says something like, “Don’t do that. That’s his job.” Not my husband saying he’ll take care of it, don’t worry. People straight up saying they’re entitled to be cleaned up after.
Years ago I was an AP holder in line for Monorail in Downtown. Some guy just threw his empty Starbucks onto the roof right there when we were right next to a trash can.
U/rlw90503 commiserated with the user, “Disgusting behavior from classless people.” U/CulturedAlcremie also added, “There is literally a trash can every 30 feet. There is no excuse for that. At all.”
The Walt Disney Company has two domestic Resorts—Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Each Disney Resort has Disney Parks that Guests love to frequent. The Florida Theme Parks include Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom among others, and the Southern California counterpart is home to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
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