Guests Escorted Out by Security After Breaking Theme Park's Code of Conduct - Inside the Magic

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Windseeker at Cedar Point in sandusky ohio

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  1. Nate

    “Magnum XL-200, Gemini, and Blue Streak, some of the Park’s most extreme roller coasters.”

    Lol that’s a stretch. Maybe Magnum but blue streak is literally a child’s coaster. Great research for your article!

    1. Dustin

      Lmao for real…

    2. Tim K

      The Blue Streak is NOT a child’s roller coaster. Just experienced a cellphone incident Sunday. Some idiot in the front seat pulled out a phone, they stopped the train on the lift, took 4 PHONES from the idiots. Sent the train but called the CPPD, who escorted them to the Main Gate and threw them out of the park.

    3. Jim Z

      Didn’t used to be.

  2. Amber

    A girl was just hit with a cell phone at Six Flags in CA. She needed 10 stitches.

  3. Courtney

    When I was at Cedar Point on the 4th of July a woman was wearing a shirt that said ‘Love’ with the O being a marijuana leaf. They made her turn it inside out. Like come on its a family friendly park. Did you really expect that to fly?

    1. Dustin

      Quit demonizing a plant.

  4. Shari S. Cain

    Call me old-fashioned, call me square, call me whatever … I believe that EVERYONE needs to follow the rules to ensure EVERYONE has good and fun time. Yeah, some rules seem stupid and may, in fact, be stupid. But if YOU make the decision to break those rules, you are saying that you are willing to suffer the consequences. Period. No one is any better, any smarter, any more anything than anyone else and the rules apply to ALL. If you don’t like it, don’t visit the park and don’t ride the rides. Period.

  5. Tiffany

    The number of cellphones we would come across at CP was astonishing! People would try to retrieve them after they’ve been dropped in areas closed off to guests. Get a locker for the day, carry a small cross body or fanny pack with a secure zipper. It really isn’t that complicated and should be something done to ensure the safety of everyone- in the air, on a ride or on the ground below.

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