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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    While obviously not a personal experience, these people would definitely get my vote for the Darwin Award.


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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by bayouguy View Post
    I recently had a rude experience while on Storybookland. During the ride, a father was not watching what his children were doing: they were leaning way out to watch the water, standing up during the movement, the mother yelling at the father and the father really not caring to watch his children. I thought at any moment one of his kids would fall out of the boat. The ride CM had to tell the guy to please watch is children three times. His inaction to supervise his children turned a pleasant attraction into a truly scary one.
    I had a similar experience on the steam train. I don't think I breathed for the entire ride, sure I was going to have to leap up and pull the kid back into the train before her arm got ripped off.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Brunswick View Post
    While obviously not a personal experience, these people would definitely get my vote for the Darwin Award.

    I've seen this video before. I always wondered how they got away with starting the ride without all the seatbelts being secured. I wonder if a CM got in hot water over this one.
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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    See, that's exactly the stuff that bugs me to the point I go toe-to-toe with people like those who were defending Adam the Woo a couple of months ago. Going against the rules doesn't make someone cool, it just means they're a self-centered <expletive> who wants "what they want" no matter how inconsiderate and sometimes dangerous it is. Laws? Common courtesy? Personal responsibility? No thanks, not for them. They're having "fun". There's just enough people out there who don't seem to understand not spitting from the skyway ( back in the day ), tossing garbage in the can not the ground, staying on the path and not climbing over fences designed to keep you out of somewhere, etc. I wouldn't shed a tear if more people got ejected for things like that.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    I don't think Disney should E-Stop rides when people purposely undo their harnesses (like the genius did on Silly Symphony Swings on Saturday). If they die, it's their own fault and you really shouldn't impact other guests just because one person is a complete idiot.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by RegionsBeyond View Post
    This is a harder one to judge - some people do scream obnoxiously just to be 'funny' (I've had that occur on Haunted Mansion, from an adult, and it was ridiculously irritating)
    I scream sometimes in the portrait room when it goes dark and you see the hanging above you. I hope you don't hate me now

    Though I do gauge it and won't do it if there's really young kids that are kind of freaked out or elder people near me that I might irritate. Sometimes you get a really lively crowd joining in which is great. Sometimes dead silence though :-P

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    I wonder if they will try to sue Disney when they fall out and get hurt badly??? They are not wise at all.
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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    i have had a number of bad experiences for the most part its been parent telling their children or allowing them to do things. For instance i have benn in line with my husband and kids and been urinated on by someone else little boy after the parents told them just to go in the corner (once in line for Roger Rabbit, once in line for the Matterhorn) Roger rabbit was ridiculous because the chicken exit was like five feet away.both times people around us also got sprayed and complained to cast members. Cm had me escorted to first aid where i was able to clean up and given clean socks and shoes. on RR they asked the famy to wait by the boarding area and told them they had something we asked what had happened to them after getting cleaned up and were told they were escorted out of the park.


    On a trip for my daughters third birthday we had staked a spot out to watch the fireworks near the hub and were relaxing with hot cocoa after a long day it finally got time for the fireworks and this lady and her family walk right in front of us and stop maybe six inches between her back and my face blocking my daughters view from the stroller and mine also it was especially rude because there was five or ten feet in front of her. my husband asked if she could move over a little and she told us no she was watching the fireworks with her family so my husband and i put both kids on our shoulders and went and stood in front of her she got so mad and threatened to get a cast member the people beside us stepped in and told her they had been waiting there with us and to calm down and enjoy the show. Her and her family left rapidly to go get a cm to help but we never saw them again.


    on a trip with my family and my parents we found a spot on MS to watch the parade we settled in and my husband and dad went to get us some ice cream while we waited. we were there for about 45 before the parade was going to start. As the parade started a family came up behind us we were all sitting on the curb there was room behind us but apparently their little girl couldnt see so they pointed to my dad and told her to go sit on that nice mans lap. My dad looked at them and said you know i dont think thats a good idea and the little girls parents started lecturing him on ruining their daughters first trip to disneyland.

    we have also had stuff taken from our stroller ( my daughters blanket) not expensive but her must have. only to find out a group of teenagers had taken it along with misc other items from other people in the park as kind of a prank scavenger hunt but security and lost and found worked together and let us know and returned it.

    cm have been very helpful whenever we involved them.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by ManaByte View Post
    I don't think Disney should E-Stop rides when people purposely undo their harnesses (like the genius did on Silly Symphony Swings on Saturday). If they die, it's their own fault and you really shouldn't impact other guests just because one person is a complete idiot.
    Yeah, so their families can sue Disney and have ridiculous safety features installed throughout the park to hinder the people who do nothing wrong.

    It's not going to happen. They are bound to take all possible safety precautions and if by some chance a guest isn't safe they have to stop the ride.
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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by ManaByte View Post
    I don't think Disney should E-Stop rides when people purposely undo their harnesses (like the genius did on Silly Symphony Swings on Saturday). If they die, it's their own fault and you really shouldn't impact other guests just because one person is a complete idiot.
    I'm pretty sure a body on the track is a safety concern for others, too.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by KellyMcG86 View Post
    I'm pretty sure a body on the track is a safety concern for others, too.
    This. Plus the other people on that ride and the CMs don't deserve the trauma of seeing someone die in front of them.

    I am totally in favor of automatic, immediate bans for life for anyone who is stupid enough to do that, though.

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    I think most of us have seen this article on Wikipedia but here it is:
    Incidents at Disneyland Resort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Many of the incidents that occurred were guests caused. Some of these people I don't feel sorry for.
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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by brianpinsky View Post
    I think most of us have seen this article on Wikipedia but here it is:
    Incidents at Disneyland Resort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Many of the incidents that occurred were guests caused. Some of these people I don't feel sorry for.
    The incidents on the PeopleMover are ones that make it hard to feel sorry. Idiots.
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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Quote Originally Posted by brianpinsky View Post
    I think most of us have seen this article on Wikipedia but here it is:
    Incidents at Disneyland Resort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Many of the incidents that occurred were guests caused. Some of these people I don't feel sorry for.

    The only deaths of guests that Disney was responsible for were the Columbia and Big Thunder. Both were Pressler era...

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    Re: Guests behaving badly on rides

    Poor behavior has always occured on rides...I'm sure some of us did it when we were young, stupid and got sucked into the group mentality of doing something just because our friends want to. Not trying to rationalize what we might have done...it was always wrong. That being said, it's getting worse and worse, likely a function of our own society's diminishing moral standards. I would have never thought of cussing in pubilic or in front of kids and now it comes out of peoples mouths like everyday conversation.

    And it's not just Disney...we see the same thing at Knott's. And trust me, alot of their clientele is much worse than Disney's due to the low cost of entry/AP's. But that's a whole other discussion.

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