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Serial Stroller Thief Caught!

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by AEfx, May 15, 2017.

  1. rob0519

    rob0519 Well-Known Member

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    Like the word entitled, I see........;)
     
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  2. G00fyDad

    G00fyDad Well-Known Member

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    If they want a $1800 stroller they should be prepared to be judged for being dumb enough to bring it to a theme park. Who are they showing off for? Not to mention the long miles that are going to be put on the stroller walking all over the park. My children both had Graco strollers as children and they turned out just fine. ;)
     
  3. John C. Shepherd

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    First i am not Questioning, i am asking the question who needs that, i guess they do. People take thing to literal. I can afford a Range Rover i want but instead i bought a jeep. So i an buy other things i want. Sorry i offended you.
     
  4. rob0519

    rob0519 Well-Known Member

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    So basically, it's piling on this woman because she has the resources and audacity to buy an expensive stroller. The point here should not be the price of the stroller, but the poor decision of the owner to leave her valuables, including medicine, in an unattended stroller and the system in place at Disney that allows the theft to happen.

    f this was a $100-$200 stroller this probably wouldn't have even made the forum. My children had umbrella strollers 40 years ago since that was what we could afford. and they turned out fine as well.

    As for the long miles, I'm sure an $1,800 dollar stroller can handle the ten or so miles it will travel in a day.
     
  5. Mr Ferret 88

    Mr Ferret 88 Resident "and onion" of the boards Premium Member

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    You have my sympathies
     
  6. John C. Shepherd

    John C. Shepherd Member

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    LOL you made my day!!!
     
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  7. peter11435

    peter11435 Well-Known Member

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    If this was a $100-$200 stroller this incident likely would have never occurred at all. When you flaunt your wealth you attract crime.
     
  8. peter11435

    peter11435 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah that's it
     
  9. G00fyDad

    G00fyDad Well-Known Member

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    I have a pair of expensive shoes. I am not going to wear them to the theme parks because I had the "resources and audacity" to buy them. What you are failing to see here is that she is going to a theme park, not brunch with her besties. Yes, it was a poor decision to leave valuables in the stroller but that is not the only bad decision that was made. Purchasing a near $2k stroller to take to a theme park was the first one.

    Disney didn't "allow" anything to happen. It is not their responsibility to make sure the guests are not morons.

    If this was a $100 - $200 stroller the thief probably wouldn't have taken it so no, it wouldn't have made it to the forum.
     
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  10. KrzyKtty

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    I dunno, I owned a 97 Kia Sephia before, thing couldn't even get down the block most of the time, let alone to point B. Car was good on tires though, always in the shop instead. :D Kia = Killed In Action lol!

    That being said, who cares about the value of the stroller. It isn't something that I would have done personally, but my family wastes plenty of money in other people's opinion. We have two multi thousand dollar servers in my house along with two monster multi thousand dollar personal towers. They are things we want and value, just like that family. The stupid choice was probably leaving their things in it though.

    But if I did spend $1,800 on a stroller, you would be sure I would bring it everywhere. You only get so much use out of those things and I would make sure I got my money's worth!
     
  11. Oddysey

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    Or next day mail a spare key.
     
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  12. JoeCamel

    JoeCamel Well-Known Member

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    Now you're thinking like a manager! Someone promote that guy!
     
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  13. RandomPrincess

    RandomPrincess Keep Moving Forward Premium Member

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  14. alissafalco

    alissafalco Well-Known Member

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    I think she got a great deal on her stroller
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  15. ninjaprincesst

    ninjaprincesst Well-Known Member

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    She put her own kid in it to get it out.
     
  16. ninjaprincesst

    ninjaprincesst Well-Known Member

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    you can't put locks on them because cast members need to be able to move them.
     
  17. peter11435

    peter11435 Well-Known Member

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    As long as you don't lock it to anything you'll be fine.
     
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  18. alissafalco

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    You can lock it, they can still move it.
     
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  19. Cesar R M

    Cesar R M Well-Known Member

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    Pretty sure security is Disney's job, its their parks after all.
     
  20. Mr Ferret 88

    Mr Ferret 88 Resident "and onion" of the boards Premium Member

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    Can you not just lock it to a cast member ?
     
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