A Disneyland Resort Guest was caught vandalizing Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Disney Resorts all across the world are known for their friendly Cast Members who make magic that last a lifetime. But, unfortunately, some Guests find ways to try and ruin that magic.
The most prominent Disney Resorts include Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California and Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. Walt Disney World Resort is home to four theme parks– Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom– while Disneyland Resort has two theme parks: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
Disneyland Park is the theme park that started it all, and Disney Park is best known for its iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle, as well as attractions like “it’s a small world,” Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain, and Haunted Mansion.
But, that doesn’t mean that it’s the only Disney Park that draws in a crowd.
Disneyland Paris, located nearly 6,000 miles east, is also home to many of the same attractions, as well as Sleeping Beauty Castle.
In a viral video, one Disneyland Paris Guest was caught vandalizing Sleeping Beauty Castle.
This Disney Guest was not spreading magic throughout the Park, instead choosing to tag the popular tourist location.
The TikTok shows the Guests bringing a paint marker inside the Park and starting to write their tag on the Disney Castle.
Disney tries its best to keep the Parks clean for Guests to enjoy. Vandalizing Disney property is a direct violation of Resort rules and can be grounds for being trespassed.
Disneyland Resort has a list of items on its official website that are prohibited at Disney Parks. So far, paint or paint markers are allowed at Disney Parks after this accident, but Disney may change its policy on what markers are allowed inside the Parks. Guests heading to Disney typically bring markers or paint markers for Disney Characters to sign autograph books, hats, shirts, cups, Mickey Mouse ears, and much more.
Disneyland Cast Members work hard to keep Parks looking clean. As fans, let’s all help keep Disney Parks clean by not vandalizing them.