Search Party and Helicopter Called After Tourist Under the Influence of LSD Goes Missing In Disneyland Paris

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.

This weekend, a Swiss tourist under the influence of the hallucinogenic drug LSD was reported missing within Disneyland Paris, according to French news site L’Express.

Relief crews were alerted of the 32 year-old’s disappearance by the man’s girlfriend, who had allegedly supplied him the drug at the time of park close. Thirty firefighters and ten divers were mobilized to search the area, along with the assistance of eighty park cast members. Dogs and a military Gendarmerie helicopter fully equipped with a thermal camera was also utilized for the job.

Thankfully, the man was found safe at 12.30 AM that night, fallen on the bank of a body of water. It was reported that he and his partner were taken to Chessy police station, detained for illegal narcotics use.

According to Disneyland Paris Resort park rules, all illicit substances, plus alcoholic beverages, are strictly banned from being brought into the park. Stay safe and be responsible!

Source: L’Express

About the author


Madeleine is a languages student from England who spends more time watching Disney movies in foreign languages and calling it "revision" than actually doing the set work. She has a tendency to plan Disney holidays for other people, whether they asked or not, and loves talking about the parks to absolutely anyone who will listen. Get in touch - [email protected]

Leave a Reply


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Notify of