A guest at Disney Springs climbed onto the roof of a bus this afternoon and refused to get down after police arrived.
Guest on Bus at Disney Springs
An anonymous individual shared the following photo with WDWNT, showing the guest sitting atop an Academy bus with a police car parked next to it. The bus was reportedly being used by the Disney College Program.
Eyewitnesses saw three police officers trying to coax the guest down from the bus. They refused, screaming that they weren’t ever going to move, and kept jumping up and down on top of the bus.
At the time of publishing, we don’t know how or if the situation was resolved.
Guest Incidents at Disney Parks
More and more guest incidents have been shared online in the past few years. The apparent increase in rule-breaking even led to Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort adding “courtesy” sections to their websites. The Walt Disney World message reads:
Be the magic you want to see in the world. You must always remember to treat others with respect, kindness and compassion. Those who can’t live up to this simple wish may be asked to leave Walt Disney World Resort.
In EPCOT, multiple guests lounged in a France Pavilion fountain, a possibly inebriated person climbed out of her Gran Fiesta Tour boat to escape the ride, yet another individual jumped out of Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind during a temporary stop, and a guest slapped an iPad out of a Cast Member’s hands and sent them to the hospital after Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure shut down.
At Disneyland Resort, a prohibited drone flew over Frontierland, a guest jumped onto a Lunar New Year cavalcade float, and another guest brought a sparkling firework into Disneyland for photos. Most recently, a guest who snuck into the park hid at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad to avoid arrest.
Speaking of Big Thunder Mountain, guests recently tried to exit the Disneyland Paris version by walking on the track while a train was coming.
At Shanghai Disneyland, a guest was banned after refusing to stop smoking, berating a Cast Member, and then apparently collapsing on the street, forcing the cancellation of the “Mickey’s Storybook Express.”
Even Tokyo Disneyland saw a guest removed after they laid down in the parade route.
Have you witnessed questionable or downright ridiculous guest behavior before? Let us know in the comments.