I am new, and I am SURE this has been discussed many times, but I wanted to share an experience and invite others to share theirs. This is a very specific badly-behaving guest thing: people who switch seats on moving ride vehicles or jump out of them onto the ride scenery. Last summer (2012), we were on POTC, in the front seat of a boat. In the rear seat of the boat in front of us sat three men--two young (20's) and one older (50's?). At first, the younger men were just standing up and switching sides of the boat. Then they started to jump out onto the islands and other ride scenery and take pictures of themselves. Then they would run ahead and jump back into the boat. The second time they did this, the ride stopped and a CM announced "Please remain in your seat. This ride is being monitored." I clapped. Maybe I shouldn't have, but I don't think they heard me. In any case, it was because I was with my 3 young children and we all had a front-row view of this and I was afraid the kids were going to witness an accident. I think the water is pretty shallow, but the boats are on tracks, right? Seems like you could get run over.
When we docked, we saw a CM giving the guys a lecture. She was NOT HAPPY. But we all exited the ride together and the men were laughing and saying that it was great that they only got a lecture, because usually they would call security for that.
Has anyone else seen this particular breed of guest? And what do you have to do to get banned from the park? My kids sure learned something from it!