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Disney theme park guests defecate while waiting for a ride

Disney theme park guests defecate while waiting for a ride

When you gotta go, you gotta go — even if you’re online for hours at a Disney theme park.

Passengers at Disneyland and Disney World were defecating while standing in line, according to witnesses who reported the horrific scene on social media.

“I’m on the waiting list [Rise of the Resistance at Disney World] -Someone let his child throw garbage on the floor and then went out and left it – Oh my God? wrote one poster on Reddit.

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Disney guests can wait in line for Rise of the Resistance, a Star Wars-themed attraction, for more than an hour and a half, according to Queue Times.

Another Redditor who claims to have worked near the ride confirmed the claim, writing: “For the skeptics… this actually happened. Fun fact: This was 1 of 3 related incidents on the Rise today.”

Disney guests reportedly defecate while waiting in line for rides at Disney World and Disneyland theme parks.
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“Less fun fact: I was here for them all,” the poster wrote.

A Reddit poster who claimed to have worked at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, described guests leaving their bodily waste on the premises.

“Bodily fluids no longer bother me after working at Disney,” they wrote.

“Let’s just say the attraction I work at has what the staff ended up calling the ‘poop hall’ due to the number of times guests have gone there and pooped.”

“We set up a camera and it didn’t stop her,” the Redditor wrote.

This claim was corroborated by another Disney “cast member” – a reference to the company’s theme park employees.

“Oh my god, the entrance to feces,” they wrote, adding that testimonies about seeing human feces near the rides “brings back memories of the war.”

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People on Reddit say they saw human feces online in the Rise of the Resistance area of ​​Anaheim.
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“I dealt with a lot of bodily fluids in this amazing attraction,” they wrote.

The Post has requested comment from The Walt Disney Company.

In 2015, two former “cast members” wrote a book detailing their experiences as custodial staff in the 1990s and early 2000s.

The discovery of human waste sparked a protocol known as “Human Law H,” write Ken Bellman and Lynn Baron, authors of Cleaning the Kingdom: Insider Tales of Keeping Walt’s Dream Clean.

Disney Guests who have to wait a long time for rides are urged to tell Cast Members, who will then reserve their place in line while they go to the bathroom.
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“Code H,” which stands for “Horse Horse,” called a janitor to pick up after one of the horses pulling a vehicle along Main Street went to the bathroom.

Bellman and Barron recall that they eventually started picking up human feces, too.

On one occasion, a woman who stood in line for Indiana Jones Adventure at Disneyland in California “broke into the control room for the attraction and deposited her gift there,” they wrote in the book.

“It must have been difficult for the flight operator to stay in position there before it was completely cleaned!”

Disney Guests who need to use the bathroom during long waits can alert a Cast Member and reserve their spot in line.

According to Queue Times, the average wait time on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Disney’s Magic Kingdom is 78 minutes.

Wait times at Space Mountain can approach one hour.

Last month, Disney raised prices at its theme parks in California and Florida by up to 10% on some tickets.

Human feces have also been spotted near the Avatar Flight of Passage attraction at Disney World.
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Disneyland raised prices by 8.9% on single-day tickets, bringing the cost to $194 to enter the Anaheim park.

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The company also raised the price of an annual pass at Disney World in Orlando by 10% — with the most expensive Incredi-Pass now selling for $1,449, an increase of $50.

The attempts to boost revenue come after Disney unveiled a $60 billion spending plan on parks and cruises over the next 10 years — a plan that came amid dwindling cash reserves at the company and has some Wall Street analysts concerned about its long road to profitability.