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Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes at Disney Parks




Former Cast Member: While I was working on Dumbo, these drunk people removed their infant from the seat belt and held the baby like Simba outside of the carriage while the ride was up 18 feet in the air, so their other drunk friends could take pictures of them doing it. We had to emergency stop the ride. They were escorted away and arrested once outside the park gates. It was very scary to witness.”

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1.) “I was once behind a mother and young daughter on that trip as we passed an elephant. The little girl blurted out to her mom, ‘Look! That elephant has five legs!’ I can confirm, that elephant’s erection was the size of his leg.”

2.) “I was a sweeper in Disneyland back in the early 1980s. We would get assigned an area and you would just circle through it. I was working Tomorrowland near the monorail station (which went to the Disneyland Hotel across the street.) I saw a nice looking woman there who would strike up a conversation with a man, and then they would go get on the monorail. An hour later she would be back and strike up a conversation with another man and off they would go. I suppose she made a pretty good living finding lonely guys to entertain in her own magical way.”

3.) “While riding Pirates of the Caribbean a few years ago, a lady pulled out a bag and dumped the contents into the water. She was crying and sort of laughing at the same time. It soon became clear that she had dumped her husbands ashes in the water as his final resting place. She was caught on camera and got in trouble, but it couldn’t be undone. Both creepy and cool at the same time.”

4.) “I worked rides at Disney World in college in 2010, and oftentimes there would be private parties that would rent out sections of the park. A few high schools rented out the area I worked for graduation parties. On our rotation between positions on the ride, we would have one that was a rover but everyone casually referred to it as ‘sex patrol.’ Our job was to wander around in the dark corners of the park and make sure no horny high schoolers were doing dirty deeds out of the view of everyone else.”

5.) “I was 19-years-old when I worked for Disney World, and my heart still skipped a beat when I saw Goofy take off his head for the first time. Yes, I know that Goofy is just a guy in a costume. Of course I do. I’m a grown man. And yet … actually seeing it? I would equate it to seeing a human take off their own head and revealing that there’s a smaller human inside working all of their joints for them.”

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.) “I was working in the kitchen at Cinderella’s castle when this family of four came in for 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 had been cheating on 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.”

8.) “Disneyland: 1997. A family attacked a Pluto – pushed her into the fountain. I didn’t actually see the attack, but just got to deal with the aftermath backstage. Later Pluto told me the family was mad that she had to take her break after they had waited to get a picture. I think Pluto either broke her arm or her leg – I can’t remember. The family was arrested.”

9.) “One day I was walking to the cast member bank to cash my paycheck. The bank is behind the bank on Main Street, and the gate to go ‘Onstage’ is a little further down. As I walked up, the gate slammed open, and Donald Duck came stomping through, followed by Minnie and several other characters. Donald yanked his head off, threw it on the ground and screamed, ‘Stupid kid! Kicked me in the balls!’”

10.) “We had a lady try to smuggle an infant onto a ride. She put a huge jacket on (in the summer) and stuffed her child down near the bottom in an attempt to look pregnant. Several cast members warned her that it is not recommended that pregnant women go on the ride, but she insisted, and we couldn’t stop her. So she manages to get on the Jeep, and puts the seat belt on, and that was when her stomach started screaming and crying.”

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