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Guest Sprays Cheese on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland

A video has surfaced of a guest spraying canned cheese on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland. It is the latest in an ongoing trend of guests exhibiting dangerous and disrespectful behavior at the parks.

You can watch the video below.

The guest yells “Cheez-Whiz,” and sprays cheese product from an aerosol can onto the scenery while onboard the ride. Though they say “Cheez-Whiz,” it actually appears to be an aerosol cheese product similar to Easy Cheese.

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WDWNT would like to warn readers that this type of behavior is unsafe. Holding loose items on an attraction, especially brandishing them on a fast-moving vehicle, poses dangers to yourself and the guests around you.

Additionally, please think of the safety and convenience of the Cast Members who will now be responsible for cleaning up the mess.

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  1. These scumbags need to be banned for life, if not several years. I’m sick of this trash coming to the parks, disrespecting the Cast Members, the park, etc. Who raised these losers?

  2. What the hell is wrong with people. I have been going to Disneyland for 52 years now. I know that times have changed, however teaching our children manners and to be respectful should not be one of those changes. I was just there last week with my family and the behavior of the teenagers and young adults was disturbing.

  3. Stop ruining this for the rest of us. Soon they’ll say you can’t bring your backpack on the rides. Stop your moronic behavior, you are disgusting.

  4. You shouldn’t have the video available to see. When someone runs out onto the baseball field, they don’t show it, but will mention it. They don’t want other people to do it.

  5. Well, it’s definitely apparent they don’t give IQ tests upon entering the park, and at least it’s a child doing it, if it were an adult I’d be questioning their parents ability of raising a child right, and at least it’s something easy to clean up(hopefully) vs vandalism causing permanent damage, last-and, it’s Disneyland where everyone is allowed to be immature while there!

  6. The thing most guest fail to know is cameras.
    On every attraction there cameras monitoring.
    A cast member, that might catch someone doing so, could and do call a manager or security.
    The guest is escorted out of the park, in some cases, is given the bill to clean up or repair the damage.

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