These toys are not playing nice at all!
Tempers flared tonight when a huge fight broke out tonight in the exit queue of the Toy Story Mania attraction at Hollywood Studios’ Toy Story Land.
In a tweet by Twitter user @itsDrewDavid posted just before 6:00 p.m. ET, a group of Guests can be seen involved in a huge physical altercation at Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
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disney is so ghetto raise ur annual pass prices lmfao @DisneyParks @wdwnt pic.twitter.com/vRKn8jdPEk
— 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗻𝗲𝘄 𝗗𝗥𝗘𝗪 (@itsDrewDavid) January 5, 2022
When asked via a reply tweet whether the fight was related to line skippers by @RichieCapp, @itsDrewDavid tweeted that he wasn’t sure what the fight was about; it’s clear from the video that it took place in the exit line from the Toy Story Mania attraction. He goes on to make a guess at the origin of the fight, tweeting, “they lost toy story mania so they fought it out in the exit smh.”
they lost toy story mania so they fought it out in the exit smh 😔
no idea why they fought
— 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗻𝗲𝘄 𝗗𝗥𝗘𝗪 (@itsDrewDavid) January 6, 2022
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@itsDrewDavid may be one of the only Disney fans on earth right now to ask that Disney raise its Annual Pass prices, as he tweets about Disney World saying in his initial tweet, “Disney is so ghetto.”
Disney World and Disneyland both saw complete overhauls of their respective Annual Pass programs last fall, to the disappointment of many Disney Parks fans who felt that perks were subtracted while costs were added. One thing Disney World Annual Passholders took issue with was the removal of Memory Maker that used to be part of the “annual pass bundle,” if you will. Guests can still purchase Memory Maker, but it will be a separate cost as a customization to the annual pass.
At Disneyland in California, one Annual Passholder went so far as to bring suit against Disneyland Resort for “deceptive practices” in the sale of annual passes when new park reservation requirements make the “no blackout dates” part of an annual pass null and void.
Sadly, this isn’t the first disagreement or fight at Disney World lately. Last month, DisneyDining reported on an altercation that remained only verbal but had all the earmarks of heading for a physical fight when a Guest allegedly cut in line at the Flight of Passage attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.