Guest Finds Fish on Walt Disney World Skyliner Gondola

While riding the Disney Skyliner, guests have reportedly found many strange things left behind, but we’ve never heard of a fish — until now. On a recent visit to Walt Disney World, one Reddit user found a full fish hitching a ride.

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The image was posted by Reddit user LukeKuechIy. It couldn’t have come at a better time as the Walt Disney Studios have been teasing the live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” for several months now, and last night, March 12, during the broadcast of the 95th Oscars, viewers got a look at the official trailer. The irony wasn’t lost on those in the comment section.

Some were unsure what it was until one poster asked, “Is that a fish?” and original poster LukeKuechly said, “It sure is.”

After that, the commenters brought out their best fish puns, casting a wide net that included comments about Disney’s upcoming live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” and the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival.

Read What Reddit Users Had to Say About the Fishy Disney Skyliner Passenger:

“Flippin’ your fins you don’t get too far…” said full0fwit.

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doritodesinger said, “Marketing for the live action Little Mermaid is next level!”

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“Looks like Flounder is trying to escape the publicity of the new Little Mermaid movie,” said HegemonHarbinger.

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Kevenner001 decided to go the Food and Wine Festival route, “Food and wine festival started early in that gondola. Nice portion size at least.”

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And last, but certainly not least, mzoltek said it was “The offishal mascot of the Disney skyliner.”

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The Skyliner at Walt Disney World sees its share of the strange and unusual. Earlier this year, a woman went viral for flashing her chest on the Disney Skyliner.

Have you ever found anything while riding the Disney Skyliner? If so, what was it? Let us know in the comments below.

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