Husband and I and our two little ones were walking past the American Adventure on Sunday in what we though was a good family clean theme park. What I heard from a grown gentleman walking in the opposite direction past us was appalling and not fitting for what your parks stand for. He said and I kid you not out loud in front of family and children alike the C word. At first I was like in shock thinking surely someone especially grownup would never say such thing at a family place like Disney. After a few second it register that is exactly what he say. I turned to my husband who also heard. My husband just mumble to me to ignore and lets keep walking but I wanted to find security to get that man out of your park. We kept walking for awhile and by the time we reach Morocco I had to stop and sit down. We found a quite spot in Morocco and I ask my children had they heard what the man had say. They did not so I had to explain what was said and why nobody should ever in a family place like Disney use such language. There needs to be more security informing people that Disney is a place for the young and the family and nobody should be talking as if they are in some bar or locker room with the fellows talking filth. It was pure filth what he say. Neither of my children had ever heard this word until Disney of all places. This should not happen. Please do something or have more security around the park to keep an ear open for filth in front of families who come to create memories not hear swears. It was two gentlemen around two thirty yesterday afternoon but not exact sure. They were walking past America Adventure in the World Showcase toward direction of Italy when he shout to his friend YOU ARE FULL OF C I will not repeat the rest but it was loud enough to be hear by us who were across path going to direction of Morocco and Japan. We could not find any security and did not want to bother other cast mem not responsible for this. But please remind people who come to this place that Disney is family fun for all ages. Thank you.