A self-proclaimed “Disney Adult” took to social media to share a video of a woman eating bread while riding one of Disney’s fastest roller coaster attractions.
Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort are home to several unforgettable attraction experiences. From spinning on tea cups to reaching new heights on speeding rollercoasters, various rides are available for Disney fans of all ages.
One of the fastest roller coaster experiences on Disneyland Resort property is the fan-favorite Incredicoaster, located in the Pixar Pier portion of Disney California Adventure Park. The rollercoaster is themed around the popular Disney Pixar animated film, The Incredibles (2004) and Incredible 2 (2018), as riders “Join the Incredibles in a mad dash to catch Jack-Jack as he wreaks havoc throughout this high-speed chase!”
While we’ve seen some social media influencers (sometimes called “Disney Adults”) attempt to create trending and viral content for their individual TikTok channels, it seems like some are willing to do so with dangerous stunts. So much so that even TikTok released a disclaimer on this video, noting, “Participating in this activity could result in you or others getting hurt.”
Disney has recently put out warnings and bans for its Park Guests, stating phones are not allowed while riding select attractions. But, this Disney Park Guest decided to break another rule by eating while riding the high-speed, upside-down roller coaster.
While several comments to the video think the adult Disney fan is hilarious for attempting this bread-eating stunt while riding, others point out what a poor choice it was. Many believe it fits perfectly with the trending TikTok song, “Dumb Ways to Die,” as the choking hazard in doing something like this is terrifying. Not only that but imagine being seated behind this person and possibly getting hit in the face with the food.
What’s next for this Disney Adult? Only time will tell if Disney decides to ban this Guest from the theme park or if other Disney fandom will attempt to make dangerous videos while at the Disney Parks.