It was called a bugs life

larryz

Today's Maytag Repairman
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Who's oppressing the WDW guests?
 

Ricky Spanish

Well-Known Member
Oh, I thought he was upset about no straws.
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InnKpr

Well-Known Member
This guy's voice needed to be heard. Disney has no right to keep pulling people from their homes, dragging them to the parks against their will, forcing them to buy admission, and then enforcing such strict policies as they reluctantly spend their time on premises.
 

Liberty6

Active Member
Definitely an unusual situation. One that they didn’t immediately get him offstage once he started causing an scene. And second I don’t know if the managers realized he was live streaming because that also isn’t allowed.
He is fortunate that the LEO’s were cool and didn’t cite him for not wearing a mask (mandated by Orange County) and didn’t arrest him for disorderly conduct.
 

Lilofan

Well-Known Member
Definitely an unusual situation. One that they didn’t immediately get him offstage once he started causing an scene. And second I don’t know if the managers realized he was live streaming because that also isn’t allowed.
He is fortunate that the LEO’s were cool and didn’t cite him for not wearing a mask (mandated by Orange County) and didn’t arrest him for disorderly conduct.
The guest could have easily been escorted to a back area so he would not cause a scene for all guests to see.
 
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