A the lost her while visiting EPCOT. The wearable technology snafu has already cost her more than $40,000. at
EPCOT is often referred to as the “the . But the is home to the engineering marvel , a brand-new take on the previous “ ,” and soon, the brand-new Guardians of the Galaxy: coaster. Thanks to all of these offerings and more, EPCOT could easily become the one NOT to miss. to skip” if you only have three days to spend at
But a . and her husband who visited EPCOT last month are probably wishing they’d never stepped foot inside the
According to a report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office as reported by SebastianDaily, the was visiting EPCOT on April 13. She and her husband were enjoying the Seas with Nemo & Friends attraction when her fell off her wrist and fell through the grated floor under the ride.
According to reports, the Apple’s website. was a Hermes watch, similar to the one seen here, valued at more than $1,300 on
Just below the grated floor, the the could see it. Immediately, her husband jumped from the moving ride vehicle to attempt to retrieve it. As this was a direct violation of safety rules aboard a ride at , Cast Members promptly halted the ride’s operation and told the couple they were not to disembark the ride vehicle while it was in motion. lay on a pathway where
The asked the Cast Members how she could retrieve her , and the couple was told that they would retrieve the device and return it to the couple’s room at .
But when the and her husband returned to their Resort Hotel, they asked a Cast Member at whether the had been returned, but they were told that no watch had been delivered to the Resort.
As frustrating as that was for the and her husband, it was probably the best part of the whole ordeal, as more bad news was delivered to her next. The had linked her to her , and almost immediately, she began to receive from the credit card.
Her card had an unlimited spending limit on it, and it looked like someone else was having a great time in the parks on her card. continued to warn her that were being made on her . In all, the charges totaled tens of thousands of dollars.
According to the report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the told that she had received “several throughout the day on her Amex card. According to the victim, there were approximately $40,000 in on her card.”
The says she froze her and proceeded to file a report of grand theft with the Sheriff’s office, as she intended to prosecute whoever had made the charges.
At this time, because the investigation is ongoing, no details are known publicly about the incurred on the .