Justice has been served!
Bad behavior from Disney Parks Guests has seemingly been on the rise. Whether it be inappropriate clothing, rude behavior, or rule-breaking, Guests these days are making the jobs of Cast Members harder than they need to be.
One of the most frustrating and irritating things a Guest can do is cut a line. For years, Disney has not done much to deal with the line-cutting issue within the Parks, but that has all changed now.
Disney Laying Down the Law on Line-Cutting
Both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort are known for having long lines. Both of these Resorts have just received exciting new rides and attractions that have led to longer wait times for Guests.
Long lines are unfortunately to be expected at the Parks nowadays. This is especially the case during busy times of the year like spring break, summer, and other school holidays.
When you are waiting in line for a ride or attraction, one of the most irritating things that could happen to you is being cut in line. Unfortunately, more and more guests have reported instances of line-cutting recently.
Thankfully, it seems that Disney has finally taken a stand against these rude Guests.
A Reddit user shared a story in the Disneyland Reddit community explaining a situation they witnessed within a Disney Park. This Guest was enjoying a day at Radiator Springs when they were cut in line by a Guest.
Luckily, a Cast Member stepped in to save the day. They said;
“I was just in line at Radiator Springs racers in the single line and a group of kids in front of me snuck into Lightning lane. Just before this I had heard a cast member warn another group of kids that if they jumped into the other line they’d be kicked out. Sure enough, as soon as the kids snuck over, they shortly walked back the other way with forlorn faces. Cheaters do not win today lol.”
Fans in the community were pleased to hear that Disney employees are shutting down this bad Guest behavior.
Hopefully, we will start to see less of this behavior in the future at the theme Park.
Have you ever seen line cutting while in a Disney Park? Let us know about your experience in the comments.