VIDEO: Guests Set Off Pink Smoke Bomb to ‘Celebrate a Special Event’ in Disneyland Paris

Brit Tuttle

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VIDEO: Guests Set Off Pink Smoke Bomb to ‘Celebrate a Special Event’ in Disneyland Paris

In a new video shared online, it appears that a group of guests were celebrating a special occasion at Disneyland Paris yesterday — by bringing a pink smoke bomb and setting it off in the park’s Central Plaza.

Guests Bring Smoke Bomb to Disneyland Paris

Two guests set off a pink smoke bomb in Disneyland Paris.
Image Source: Disneyphile on X

Shared on X (formerly Twitter) by Disneyphile, the video shows a man and a woman (with their faces blurred) setting off a pink smoke bomb in Central Plaza, presumably for “a special event,” according to the post.

In the video, the man can be seen holding the smoke bomb as it emits a large cloud of pink smoke. He then places the receptacle on the ground next to a lamppost, as it continues to fill the area with smoke. Both the man and woman look off to the right of the frame, and the video ends.

Read the translated post:

Latest gem for visitors to Disneyland Paris: a family decided to come and celebrate a special event by bringing and lighting their own smoke bomb on Central Plaza (in defiance of the rules).

They were subsequently arrested by Resort teams.

These colored smoke bombs are often seen on social media as a way to reveal the gender of a person’s pregnancy; that may be the “celebration” in question here.

It is also unclear if the individuals were reportedly “arrested by Resort teams,” as one user replied in the comments that the man in the video is a well-known rugby player, and Cast Members did not know it was a “famous” person at the time.

Watch the full video below:

This is the latest guest incident to occur at Disneyland Paris. Last month, a woman and her four children attempted their own evacuation from “it’s a small world” despite Cast Members repeatedly telling her to remain seated. At Walt Disney World, a Massachusetts police detective was arrested at EPCOT for hitting a sheriff’s deputy after trying to get into a private event. A body camera video was also released of a South Dakota man being trespassed from Walt Disney World and later arrested for trying to sneak back into his hotel room.

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