I would say that my story is a little bit of all 3.
It was a September evening when the park was not as packed. We were waiting to watch the fireworks with some friends we were introduced to during the day. They are cast members in entertainment so you can imagine how energetic they can be. One in particular thought it would be funny if he wore a woman's wig and pretend to act like a run way model. After a few sashays down mainstreet we stopped before the hub and wanted to watch the fireworks show.
This is when it gets interesting . The only person standing in front of us waiting for the show, was an older lady that had the same hair style and color as the wig he was wearing (grey with curls). He decided it would be funny if he imitated every gesture she did but 4 feet behind her. This went on for 20 minutes unnoticed. Then out of the blue a random guest approached us and said, "You should be ashamed of yourself, acting like a disgusting transsexual with children present will burn your soul for all eternity in hell." After that we stood in shock as she continued to hurl insults and religious text.
It seemed that the woman we were imitating heard all she said and decided to defend us. We felt bad for what we did, so we let the woman know that we were imitating her. She actually found this hilarious and joined in to runway model with my friend in the wig. That's when the religious mom came back to use every profanity laced sentences she could come up with. We couldn't have any more of her abuse. So found the lead in the Hub who was a good friend of mine. He informed security and the officer wanted us to talk with the woman. She continued to hurl insults in front of security and her 2 little girls no younger than 6.
To end this long story she had to be removed from the park as she started to throw a tantrum and bang her fists on nearby trash bins. We went back to watch the fireworks and have a good discussion and laugh with the woman who we continued to imitate. She said that we made her night and ended up riding a few rides together so she was not alone.