Guests insist on jumping fences at Disney Parks, this time to access an area currently closed for maintenance.
Disney Parks worldwide are constantly working to provide Guests with the best, most magical experience during their visit, with new and exciting attractions and entertainment offerings, highly immersive new lands, seasonal overlays for some attractions, different upgrades, and even some much-needed maintenance work throughout the Park’s attractions and facilities. However, Cast Members must often close certain areas of the Park for these upgrades and improvements to occur, as restricting their access to them ensures the safety of all Guests while construction and maintenance work takes place.
Regardless of these restrictions, Guests insist on jumping the fences set out by Cast Members and trespassing into an area currently closed for maintenance.
Disneyland Paris Works (@DisneylandWorks) recently shared pictures of the moving walkways at Disneyland Paris, which are currently closed and blocked by fences.
[Live] Starting your visit with a good walk instead of using conveyor belts is always a must
If you dream of seeing the conveyors belts working, click here : http://instagram.com/dlp.works/
[Live] Starting your visit with a good walk instead of using conveyor belts is always a must 👌😂
— Disneyland Paris Works (@DisneylandWorks) August 13, 2022
Even though these moving walkways are not working currently and are blocked to ensure Guests won’t try to use them, Disneyland Paris Works (@DisneylandWorks) shared images of several Guests who jumped over the fences at the end of the walkway, which is dangerous since the conveyor belts are under maintenance, in addition to the fact that they are slippery due to the recent storms seen at the Parisian Park.
[Live] Some unruly guests have jumped over the fences in order to walk on the non-working conveyor belts….!
(This is not really safe as floor is wet & slippery due the storm! ) #DLPLive
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[Live] Some unruly guests have jumped over the fences in order to walk on the non-working conveyor belts…. 🤔😡!
(This is not really safe as floor is wet & slippery due the storm ☔️! ) #DLPLive
— Disneyland Paris Works (@DisneylandWorks) August 16, 2022
User @LeeuwisRyan commented the following after seeing these Guests walking along the static walkway:
Climbing on a stage is stupid but i can get why you would do it …kinda….but walking on BROKEN conveyor belts ????? WHY WHAT DOES IT AD TO YOUR DAY
Guests must remember that Disneyland Paris Cast Members set out these fences and restrict access to some areas of the Park to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all Guests visiting the Parisian Park.
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