Despite Control Measures, Guests Continue to Break the Rules at Disney Park

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Disneyland Paris Castle

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Despite different control measures being instated and enforced at Disneyland Paris, Guests continue to break the rules, even damaging a restricted area of the Park.

Inside The Magic has reported on several occasions where Guests have been seen breaking the rules at Disney Parks around the world, from kids climbing onto a decorative structure at Walt Disney World to an adult climbing onto a restricted area at Disneyland Resort and a group of Guests climbing onto a restricted building to view the fireworks show at Disneyland Paris. While some may think that this behavior is harmless, Disney Parks worldwide have been forced to enforce a number of control measures to prevent Guests from breaking the rules and damaging the Parks.

Disneyland Paris castle with drones
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The latest incident led Disneyland Paris to close one of its newest attractions, as several Guests insisted on breaking the rules at this location, climbing onto a restricted structure.

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Despite the different control measures, some Guests, unfortunately, insist on breaking Park rules, as we can see on a pair of images shared by Disney Cave 0f Wonders (@Cave0fWonders) on Twitter, showing a decent amount of blue gravel — which is stuck together and behind a fence— missing from the area and being thrown into a nearby fountain. The images are captioned “It starts again … but why?” questioning what makes Guests beave in such a way at the Parks.

Again, while this behavior may seem harmless, throwing gravel into a fountain could cause damage and even malfunctions to it. In addition, trying to enter a restricted area or reaching into a blocked area is against Park rules.

We strongly advise our readers to be aware of the rules and regulations set out by Disneyland Paris ahead of their arrival to comply with them during their visit.  Breaking these rules could result in being kicked off propertybanned for life, or in some instances, arrested.

Cast Members at Disneyland Paris
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You can click here to learn more about the rules and regulations at Disneyland Paris.

More on Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is currently celebrating it’s 30th-anniversary, bringing Guests buckets of Disney magic across Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, and Disney Village. Guests can also enjoy new shows like Disney D-light — the drone pre-show to the Disney Illuminations fireworks — and the character cavalcade Dream… and Shine Brighter! in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle! Mickey and the Magician also made a grand return as part of the Park’s 30th-anniversary celebrations.

Mickey and friends in Mickey and the magician at disneyland paris
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Perhaps the most remarkable event during this celebration has been the opening of Avengers Campus at Disneyland Paris, which is part of a multi-year expansion plan at the Parisian Park. The next step in this ambitious project will be a Frozen-themed land, which is currently in its early construction stages. You can read more about this development here.

Frozen Disney Land
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