People abusing the handicap access to most attractions is nothing new, its been happening for years. This is probably just the first time it got loose in the media. I used to work Splash Mountain in California and the handicap guests go through the exit naturally. But back when I worked the attraction, during the days when the park was crowded, the line for the handicap access could get long and back into the photo preview room. What really irritated me was that A LOT of people that would come in with someone riding a wheelchair and abuse it. In other words, there would be groups of 6 or more, one of them in the chair and the person in the chair would not ride the attraction but the rest of the party would. To me, that is clear abuse of the system. If you're in a wheelchair and you are going to use the system to get to the front of the line, then YOU MUST, or at LEAST SHOULD ride with the rest of your party. If you are not, then you should wait outside the attraction while THE REST of your party waits in stand by or the fast pass line with everyone else who are fully capable of waiting in a hour plus line!!! It is not fair to the rest of the guests who are waiting in a long line, fast pass or not, and do not have the luxury of accompanying a person in a wheelchair and using the easy access. During these busy days, there was usually a CM posted for this handicap line and would manage it and usher people onto the attraction. Whenever I worked this post, if there were any abusers, I would politely tell them that the person in the chair must either ride with the rest of their party, or everyone who wants to ride would have to go through the stand by line. I wouldn't let any abusers get past me. Too bad not everyone works on the same page.