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47 Comments

  1. Mike Friel

    Was it Yehaa Bob?

    1. Evan

      We miss Yehaa Bob. Hope he’s doing well. By the way Bob, “your hair looks great!”

  2. Roger

    So, asking others if they want a drink can get you thrown out? Did I miss something? He had other incident like it outside but the never said exactly what the guy did?
    Either way if you break the rules there will be consequences. Thats why I don’t break any rules.

    1. SirStephenH

      I’m guessing you just stopped reading at that point to in order to make your complaint and missed the next part where he got into an argument with another guest and then began shouting angrily while he wondered around, creating a disruptive situation which is plainly against the rules.

      1. Lol! And I’m guessing you don’t know the answer either. We all read that he was kicked out for shouting and arguing but they never specifically addressed why he was acting that way or say what the argument was about. Was it because the guy offered to buy drinks for everyone at the bar? Because that makes no sense.

        1. SG

          Thank you Disney for removing someone who is “shouting and arguing” with guests”!!

        2. Jo

          I’m a huge DISNEY fan, but I wondered the same thing.

      2. Great job, done with class. Sweet!

    2. SG

      Sounds like Crazy Florida Man raising it’s ugly head or in this case loud and disruptive mouth!

  3. Lisa Tarr-Cohn

    What if someone walked in wearing a swastika armband or a swastika on his shirt?And someone hot into a shouting match with him???What would you do then???

    1. Bagabones

      ?????huh?????
      Yes, surely Hitler is to blame for this

  4. Patricia

    I think Disney does a good job if the rule breaker is doing something obvious or disruptive however if it’s something more subtle like someone smoking where they shouldn’t be ( room balcony) they tend to ignore the miscreant rather than confront them.

    1. Tawny

      Oh Soo true!!

  5. Robert Nelson

    Where there is alcohol, there will be problems

    1. Always true. I wouldn’t be upset if they banned it.

      1. Mike

        Never. It is a money maker. They will ban kids before they ban alcohol

    2. Randy W

      Where there are humans, there are problems. Many patrons can drink responsibly and no issue is had. How many days go by in the parks where there isn’t an issue linked to alcohol. People are trying to smuggle guns into the parks like they were running a cartel. MUCH bigger issue than one belligerent clown who probably didn’t know his name.

  6. Chris Keeley

    What an ass

  7. Is covid lock down coming out again having this effect on some people because reading these events are making me wonder is it a brain fog or socializing in a large group again 🤔what’s going on in our world of post covid.

    1. Ann

      Why does the author of this article call a man yelling in a bar a “gentleman” when it seems he was the opposite?

      1. Michael Smith

        Same reason a Maitre De at a restaurant uses the term gentleman or sir when asking someone to leave. Politeness.

  8. RDT

    This is all fine and good, but why is this newsworthy (or… “blogworthy”)? Situations like this (and others that are much more interesting) happen on a daily basis. Human beings are dynamic, flawed, sporadic, and unruly creatures. Episodes such as this are just par for the course when you’re in the business of hosting/feeding/serving liquor to/temporarily housing people. I worked for a couple of years as a Front Desk/Concierge Cast Member about a decade ago at what at the time was one of the more premium/expensive WDW resorts and witnessed first-hand many out of control guest episodes that were considerably more outlandish and chaotic than the scene you described. One that comes to mind that I had to personally deal with involved a husband and wife involved in a drunken marital dispute which resulted in a chase lounge being thrown through a sliding glass door and then the wife came running through the lobby completely sans clothing and started projectile vomiting everything she’d been drinking that night all throughout our lobby. I convinced her to let me provide her with a table cloth to cover herself with and convinced/corralled/more or less locked her in our “guest altercation/de-escalation/mediation room” (every resort has one – a small, pleasant room with nice furniture and an endless supply of Kleenex located right off the lobby where managers can relocate any guests creating a scene and to best help resolve their grievances) until Security arrived. Alcohol was frequently a contributing factor behind these sorts of wonderful occurrences.

    1. Tad

      Nothing like a belligerent vomiting drunken streaker in a deluxe Disney property lobby to get the kids in Disney spirit. Hakuna Matata’s!

      1. RDT

        🤣🤣🤣

  9. dave

    it is too bad people have to act like that. it is the same with Disney cruise line I watched a man from another country who push someone else out of his way because this person wasn’t moving fast enough. I don’t know what management did I hope he got banned from Disney. we pay alot of money for our disney vacation and some guests think that allows them to do what they want.

  10. dave

    it is too bad people have to act like that. it is the same with Disney cruise line I watched a man from another country who push someone else out of his way because this person wasn’t moving fast enough. I don’t know what management did I hope he got banned from Disney. we pay alot of money for our disney vacation and some guests think that allows them to do what they want.

  11. Steve-O

    All your articles read as though a twelve year old wrote them! And not even a twelve year old who’s good at writing…

    1. KattyGram

      Why don’t you stick your head in the toilet and flush?

  12. Ann

    So a guy comes in and wants to buy everyone a drink. Why would someone argue with them. Either accept or decline. I don’t think we have the whole story.

  13. John French

    I was there during the altercation. This guy was being very aggressive about his “free drink” offer, was touching people, throwing things, etc. He didn’t want to take “no” for an answer.

    1. SG

      Thank you. Those of us who are Disney addicts know it takes a lot to be reprimandedby the Big Cheese reps.

  14. DisGuyAgain

    Thank you commentators! I knew the content here would be better for my Monday morning than the article!

  15. Chris Nielson

    I think Jeter is an idiot and should have been banned!

  16. Donna melenchuk

    My family and I went to Disney world. After a very long day we were settling in to watch the fireworks. There was no place to sit down. Right beside us was a roped off area with dozens of unused seats. ( I am a 70 year old woman ). I sat on one of the seats. Immediately a Disney person came and told me to get up. I asked if I could just sit for a minute or two or until other people arrived to use the seats. He stormed off without answering so I sat. 5 minutes later another Disney person came and told me to stand up immediately or I would be taken off the property. I stood up. No one ever came to use those seats. Not one person. I will never go back to a Disney property again.

    1. SAM W TROLINDER

      whether the seat is used or goes unused is not the point. fact of the matter is we DVC members pay big bucks for those seats. if you wanted to sit there you shouldve bought the ticket for that seat. we tavel with 12 -40people at resorts or on cruises and are well aware of huge costs involved in assorted seating arangements

    2. Almost Octogenarian

      Interesting story Donna. But I ask myself, is it because you have been on this earth for 70 years and decided stay and watch fireworks after a “very long day” that you decided you’re entitled to a seat in a roped off area? Why can’t everyone with sore feet sit for a minute or two in a roped off area regardless of age. They all paid to enter the Park. Shouldn’t they be allowed to ignore the ropes too? Whether anyone showed up or not isn’t the point. The rope is there for a reason. It’s unfortunate that you’re missing all the great things about visiting Disney over not being able to use a seat in a roped off area for a “minute or two”. There’s plenty of benches in Epcot, just not in the “front row” to watch fireworks. We all make small concessions sometimes. 🙂

    3. Mike

      Rent a scooter next time.

  17. Liked it better when there was less alcohol availability. It’s never fails to much alcohol brings trouble.

  18. SAMBO

    whether the seat is used or goes unused is not the point. fact of the matter is we DVC members pay big bucks for those seats. if you wanted to sit there you shouldve bought the ticket for that seat. we tavel with 12 -40people at resorts or on cruises and are well aware of huge costs involved in assorted seating arangements

    1. Michele

      Sambo, your twin brother SAM W TROLINDER made the exact same comment in an earlier post. You guys must be identical twins, not fraternal twins as previously thought???

  19. Matthew Brewster

    Let me get this straight- a guest gets ejected from a Disney resort bar for being rowdy and you think that is of such world-shattering importance that it deserves an entire article on your site? IT DOES NOT!!! Must have been a slow week, huh?

    1. Leah

      And yet, you took the time to read it and whine about it when you could have scrolled on past…

  20. This was absolutely proper! Adults, not unlike children, need to learn and understand that there are consequences for their behaviors! I think being permanently banned would be appropriate! I also believe that people who disrupt an airplane in flight should be placed on a permanent “No fly” list! No second chances for driving under the influence. Grow up people!

  21. Denise B.

    There’s a bit missing from this story like the reason he was screaming; the situation that built up to this. Given how Disney is known for doing some asinine things to their guests, I would like to know more details of the story.

  22. Bob Shields

    The rules put in place by Disney are there to protect Guests, Cast Members, and the integrity and magic of the parks.

    What Magic are you referring to? The Disney Dust that everyone must Buy Into?

  23. Sghahaja

    This really does sound like a middle school (at best) school newspaper article.

  24. Susan

    I do not like to go to EPCOT at night anymore because so many people are drunk and obnoxious. Some of the behaviour I have seen, in front of strangers’ children, is very inappropriate too.

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