VIDEO: Guest Jumps from Italy Pavilion Bridge Into World Showcase Lagoon ‘For a Bet’ at EPCOT

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VIDEO: Guest Jumps from Italy Pavilion Bridge Into World Showcase Lagoon ‘For a Bet’ at EPCOT

A man jumped from the Italy Pavilion bridge into the World Showcase Lagoon at EPCOT in several videos shared on social media, reportedly “for a bet.”

Man Jumps From Italy Bridge Into Water at EPCOT

In a TikTok shared by @DisFamilyAdventures, a man is shown jumping from the Italy bridge into the water of the World Showcase Lagoon below. He swims briefly and is shown exiting the water by climbing onto the gondola tied to the dock by the Italy bridge.

You can watch the TikTok below:

In another video from @thefivethreegodd, we see the moment he jumps from the bridge into the water from a different angle.

Finally, the man hauls himself out of the water and onto the decorative gondola. This video from @yeazel97 shows him getting out of the World Showcase Lagoon after he jumped from the Italy Pavilion bridge.

Guest jumps off italy bridge epcot
Image Source: @yeazel97 on TikTok

What do you think of this latest guest incident at Walt Disney World Resort? Have you ever seen something like this while visiting the parks? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Other Guest Incidents at Disney Parks

Disneyland Storybook Canal Boats Fight Featured Photo FINAL

This isn’t the first time a guest incident has happened at the Disney Parks. Earlier this month, a video of a fight that broke out in front of Storybook Land Canal Boats at Disneyland was shared with us by @capturedthrills on Instagram, who was not involved in the fight. Monstro from the Storybook Land Canal Boats can be seen looking on as the chaos ensues.

Watch the video:

Fight Breaks Out in Front of Storybook Land Canal Boats at Disneyland Park

In 2022, a fight broke out on the evening of the long-awaited return of “Fantasmic!” at Disneyland Park.

Earlier this year, two people were removed from Magic Kingdom and trespassed from Walt Disney World Resort after an altercation in front of the Main Street, U.S.A. train station.

There is a “Courtesy” section on the Disneyland Resort website that asks guests to “treat others with respect, kindness and compassion” and that “those who cannot live up to this simple wish or follow [their] rules may be asked to leave the park.”

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