20 Horrific Things That Happened At Disneyland As Told By Employees. #7 Is Scary.

1.A little boy from Make-a-Wish got to go to the front of every line. This one lady saw it, and bitched so loud about how this little trash kid didn't deserve to cut in lines and a bunch of other bullcrap. He described the look on the boy's parent's faces as nothing but nightmarish heartbreak.

2.I was monitoring the line and an adult dropped trouser and took a dump next to a line of people and walked off laughing.

3.This couple were trying to ride Space Mountain, and had a black duffelbag. He heard something come from the bag, so he asked them to open it. They refused. Security comes, forces them to open it. It was their 6 month old baby.

4.One day, a kid had ate a bunch of pasta with marinara and then promptly threw it all up right in front of the entrance to Big Thunder Mountain. This dude, wearing all white (white shirt, shorts, shoes) comes running down the path from the exit of the ride to try and get back into the line as soon as he can. We tried to yell at him to stop running, but it was too late. He thought he would be a super cool guy and jump between the trash cans. He didn't count on there being a river of barf. So he jumps, lands in the barf and his legs slip out from under him, and he falls/rolls into all the red marinara barf. It took him a few seconds to comprehend what had just happened, but he eventually let out a blood curdling scream.

5.I worked at Club Disney for the brief time it was open. We had codes we used on the radio headsets that were coordinated with character names. For instance, code Baloo meant there was blood that needed to be cleaned up immediately. One day, I'm taking a stroll around the club to check on things when I spot a small boy about two years old taking a massive dump right in the middle of the play area. He sees me, starts to cry, and runs away with no clothing on the lower half of his body. I get on the radio and can't think of what to say as we hadn't discussed a code for "human feces in the play area and naked kid running around." So I just called, "I have a code Pooh situation in the play area and Piglet's on the loose."

6.I was sitting with a group of guys by where Mickey and Minnie get dressed. When they came out, the guys started cat-calling Minnie. The guy that was Mickey said, in a perfect Mickey voice, "If you look at my girlfriend again I'm gonna pop ya!"

7.A mother climb a tree and swing down in the middle of another family's meet and greet with Beast. She didn't want to wait in line.

8.I used to be a cast member at the Disney store in my local mall. We were required to greet everyone within 10 seconds of them entering the store. There used to be a game online that kids would play about getting to the back of the store, grabbing a stuffed animal from the" plush mountain" and get back up front before getting greeted. I saw this one teenager run across the store and dove head first in the mountain of stuffed animals... only to quickly find out that they were on risers. He was taken away on a stretcher but ended up being fine. And yes, I greeted him while he was in mid air so he lost the game.

9.Probably a little late, but I was working in the kitchen at Cinderella's castle when this family of 4 came in for their dinner. About half way through the dinner the husband politely stands up and taps his glass for attention. He announced that his wife of 15 years has been cheating in him for over a year. The entire place stood still in shock. He motioned for his kids paid the waitress and left the wife crying at the table.

10.There was this man that had scissors on him. Not sure how he got passed security with that. He approached a little girl from behind with the scissors drawn and cut the string off her balloon.

11.Star Tours. While checking seat belts and came across a lady with a backpack on her lap so I tell her to put it under the seat. She refuses and I notice that the backpack was moving. I asked her to open it and she refuses. I asked her one more time and she did. There was a baby in the backpack. She was asked to leave.

12.Guy gets out of car at Autopia, walks toward the exit stairs. Stops for a second and a piece of poop just plops out of his cargo shorts. He just walks away.

13.I worked a ride in Animal Kingdom a long time ago. Saw a 8-10 foot long snake emerge from an area with lots of plants and bushes. It slowly works it's way through a line of about 200 people. Weaving it's way through people's legs, strollers, bags, etc...then it just casually slips back into another wooded area.

14.Had the worst gas of my life at Disneyland. I remember the indoor line at Space Mountain. It was potent enough to affect the line. There was nowhere to go. People would try to move away and cringe. They would audibly respond with things like "mother of god", "did someone sh*t their pants?" and "mommy, make it stop". It shouldn't have been, but it was morbidly satisfying watch the effect on a captive audience.

15.Overnight cast member here. It sounds ridiculous but people take their cremated loved ones and dump them in the Haunted Mansion. Please dont do this, they just get vacuumed up and disposed of.

16.I was working one Saturday when suddenly there were three people in wheelchairs in the same tree at another time. I had no idea that was even possible.

17.One of the Tweedles decided they wanted to steal some change, but they're only about 5'5", and the costume is basically built around a hula hoop to give them the round shape, so when he bent over into the fountain, he fell in and was stuck. I just remember turning around and seeing his feet sticking into the air kicking back and forth out of the fountain. It was amazing.

18.A man tried to swim in Cinderella's moat during fireworks. I was guarding the ropes, I tackled him.

19.Snow White being thrown over the shoulder of a drunk man in EPCOT in an attempt to carry her away.

20.I saw a Brazilian tour group beat the crap out of Donald Duck. To this day I still dont know what the duck


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