Guest Finds Crack Pipe In Disneyland Parking Lot

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Screenshots from a TikTok showing the Toy Story parking lot at Disneyland. Something is censored in the middle of one of the screenshots.

For most, Disneyland Resort is a place to escape the horrors of the real world. After all, it’s The Happiest Place on Earth!

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But nowhere is perfect, not even Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. In May, we reported on a brawl that broke out between Guests awaiting the return of Fantasmic!, a beloved nighttime show. An intoxicated Guest also started a fistfight at the exclusive Club 33 in August.

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One Guest, Marissa (@lilahm_), had her own not-so-magical experience at Disneyland Resort this week. While walking through the Toy Story Parking Lot, Marissa noticed an interesting object left behind by a fellow Guest. She shared a video of her discovery on TikTok:

@lilahm_

The things we find at Toy Story parking lot 🤦🏻‍♀️ #disney #disneyland #disneytok #oops #YellowstoneTV#disneyparks#disneytiktok#high#ghetto#parati#fyp#foryou#tiktok#toystory

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Tucked inside a crack in the pavement was a pipe used for smoking crack cocaine. “The things we find at Toy Story parking lot 🤦🏻‍♀️,” Marissa wrote in the caption.

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“Is that the new magic band everyone’s been talking about?” @questionablycrispyrat joked.

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“What are the odds of that, a crack pipe in a crack 😅,” @danny.g.3389 mused.

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Marissa didn’t provide any updates on her find or say if she reported the object to Disneyland Resort. It goes without saying that we recommend leaving any illegal substances and drug paraphernalia at home when visiting the Disney Parks!

If you ever find something like this at Disneyland or Walt Disney World Resort, it’s best to alert a Disney Security Cast Member.

Please note that the story outlined in this article is based on a personal Disney Parks Guest experience. No two Guest experiences are alike, and this article does not necessarily align with Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney Park operations.

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