One thing that Walt Disney always prided himself on was keeping Disneyland Park clean. When Disneyland first opened, Walt watched how far Guests would carry their trash before throwing it on the ground. That is how he determined how far apart each trash can in the theme park should be from the next. Walt wanted to not only give people a fun park, but also a beautiful one. He also expected Guests to appreciate the environment they were in and respect it by keeping it clean.
Unfortunately, some people’s manners seem to have gotten worse over the years, and they treat Disney as their own, personal dumping ground. Some Guests also think it’s funny to deface the Parks simply so they can get a laugh. That happened recently at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort. Guests riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad were shocked and disgusted when a young man actually sprayed a can of Cheez-Whiz off of the side of the train car.
The video was posted on TikTok by user Disney Stuff! (@_disney._stuff_) and you can watch it below.
Many users were shocked at the blatant disrespect that the Guest showed to Disney and its property. One user, Sabrina, claimed that she was on the same train as the Guest and Cast Members were waiting for him when the train came to a stop. According to Sabrina, the Cast Members only took the can away from the Guest. Many commented that the Cast Members should have gone a step further and escorted the Guest out of the Park, or even ban him from returning.
It shouldn’t need to be said, but this type of behavior is unacceptable at Disney Parks and is against the rules. The Walt Disney World Resort website states the following under its Rules and Regulations:
Please show common courtesy to fellow Guests and our Cast Members by not using profanity or engaging in unsafe, illegal, disruptive or offensive behavior, jumping lines or saving places in lines for others. For your safety and the safety of others, please refrain from running except in designated areas.
If you are caught breaking Disney’s rules, they have the right to ask you to leave the Park. If your behavior is particularly egregious, Disney may even decide to ban you from all the Parks for a certain amount of time. Guests have gone viral for behavior that has gotten them banned for the day, a year, or even for life — which is rare, but not unheard of.