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If it just spits on the people on the ride, then it would be ok. The problem is the one that spits on people walking by. Normally you can avoid it by going around the wet spot on the ground; however, with limited walkways due to social distanced queues, this isn’t always possible and there may be a variety of reasons why it isn’t safe for someone to be spit on as they are passing by, such as medical equipment that is sensitive to water, having a service animal, etc.
So until they can ensure that it is easy to go around it, the feature needs to remain off for now.
Relax Karen. Its water. Dogs will be fine. And medical equipment? What person is being transported around disney in medical equipment that can’t get wet?
Stop being a hero.
Insulin pumps, oxygen condensers, monitoring equipment.
So people who shouldn’t be at a theme park?
You really just said people with diabetes shouldn’t go to theme parks huh? XD
People in powered wheel chairs.
It’s way past time for this attraction to go away. There’s no need for it with the double capacity of the new Dumbo, and it blocks foot traffic through Adventureland like a beaver dam.
It’s sad that with all the problems in the world right now, people are arguing over turning on a spitting camel or keeping the spitting camel turned off at The Magic Carpets of Aladdin attraction at Magic Kingdom. Just walk around the wet spot on the ground. Wow!!
African American women not wearing protective hairstyles will be pissed if a ride spits on them and ruins their hair as they walk by. That’s a nice chunk of change and possibly not being able to go to work because of presentability issues. Stop being rude. Spitting indeed.
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