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28 Comments

  1. Dayna

    Glad they are permanently banned!

  2. Gary

    If you acted up you need at least a two weeks ban if not permanently

  3. Cheryl

    Until they start banning people, it’s going to keep happening.

    1. Elaine

      While I understand many of these articles are rather tediuos to read, that’s exactly what happened.

  4. BLW

    Lifetime banning to all Disney Parks, for all in your party. No excuses.

  5. Deborah P

    If the behavior is abusive or violent they should be permanently banned.

  6. Anthony

    Disney is so good staff are so helpful, universal in march my 5 year old daughter walked out of a store with a keyring I the father Was removed from park and banned for 1year after paying full price and full price for fast passes……

    1. Chris Wood

      Good, your daughter shouldn’t be stealing.

      1. Mike R.

        Seriously Chris? Come on man. Either a. You’re not a parent, or b. Your kids get away with stuff you know nothing about cause you’ve got your head in the sand. (No disrespect meant by that, just trying to be honest) I have a daughter (now 17) but when she was 7 she tried putting a candy bar in her pocket standing in line with us at a store. Luckily I caught it out of the corner of my eye and wasn’t putting groceries on the belt yet. She said she had done it once before and learned it from a kid a school! I was NOT happy. Point is that stuff happens with young kids who learn bad things from others or just haven’t been taught every right from wrong yet. I would have been extremely upset if I (as the parent) took responsibility and paid for the item, then was able to turn it into a teaching moment while lecturing my child. That shouldn’t be cause for a year ban! That dad doesn’t need you to point fingers at him, he didn’t encourage her or think it was funny, he took responsibility. Remember Karma is a B…

        1. Candy

          I agree with you, Mike.

      2. Candy

        From the title of the article, I expected to read a detailed story about a family that broke into Cinderella Castle. Sadly, this was not the case.

  7. Chris Wood

    They should be kicked out, with no refunds. And banned for life. They should charge the guests who damage the property, then ban then for life.

    1. Cheryl

      How can they ban for life so many people go there is there some photo thing as you go through gate?

  8. Katie

    Wow! They should all be banned. Why was the family yelling and inappropriate language in front of children sent on Thier merry way to enjoy the park?

  9. I’ve been to WDW so many times, and I have been lucky I guess since I’ve never seen anything like this while there. I have seen/heard families around me who were using inappropriate language constantly like it was no big deal. But other than that, we’ve been lucky I guess.

  10. Mike R.

    Seriously Chris? Come on man. Either a. You’re not a parent, or b. Your kids get away with stuff you know nothing about cause you’ve got your head in the sand. (No disrespect meant by that, just trying to be honest) I have a daughter (now 17) but when she was 7 she tried putting a candy bar in her pocket standing in line with us at a store. Luckily I caught it out of the corner of my eye and wasn’t putting groceries on the belt yet. She said she had done it once before and learned it from a kid a school! I was NOT happy. Point is that stuff happens with young kids who learn bad things from others or just haven’t been taught every right from wrong yet. I would have been extremely upset if I (as the parent) took responsibility and paid for the item, then was able to turn it into a teaching moment while lecturing my child. That shouldn’t be cause for a year ban! That dad doesn’t need you to point fingers at him, he didn’t encourage her or think it was funny, he took responsibility. Remember Karma is a B…

  11. Jo

    Disney doesn’t really bann enough people for these kinds of actions. I took my family once and never again due to the majority of Disney goers act like this. There will be atleast 200 Karens armed with strollers that are used as a battering ram to move through the crowds. Total waste of money.

  12. Marie

    I’ve been going since the 80’s and never saw anything happen. I guess I’ve been lucky.

    I do believe though that they should have a “0” tolerance policy. People pay $$$ to come here and get away from the real world. Unfortunately, with overcrowding and unfortunately, some treating Disney like it’s Six Flags. Feathers will be ruffled. If you cannot suck it up for the day and chill out. Maybe there’s another vaca suited for you elsewhere.

    But yes, let’s not ruin it for the kids and others around you.

    Walt’s Idea was when you walked through those gates you leave that crap at the door. He wanted people to enter and forget for the day.

    1. K

      Exactly, Marie. It’s supposed to be a “magical place” where you escape all that stuff that you can see any other day of the week. It used to be that way but people have gone completely insane over the past several years. Stay home if you aren’t going there for the magic; or at the very least, have some self control and stop running it for others.

  13. D Reed

    Lifetime banning

  14. BDaniels

    I can take these reporters that feel the need to give a brief history of the Disney Parks before getting to the point of the article. Just tell the facts that pertain to the story title so we don’t have to scroll down to find it!

    1. Jmar408

      Think of it as journalistic mansplaining. Everyone starts reading the story as if they’ve never heard of Disney in their entire life. There has to be at least one out there.

  15. Last time ì was a Walt Disney World some lady got in my face that she was in front of me in line . Claims she,was Chas I ng her kid way behind me . She raised her arm at me .
    I said nothing and flashed her my badge and only smiled at her. I moved as the line did

  16. Bill

    Lifetime ban might be too harsh. Not for the ‘adults,’ – who aren’t acting like grown ups – but, for the kids. They should be able to return sans ‘parents’ when older. But, two weeks minimum for whole family, for the entire World is appropriate.
    Been banged into by strollers more than once. Some people think their kids need to be in Front all the time.
    Still magical place, love watching little one’s faces light up with “The Magic.”

  17. Kim

    Disney needs to have a ZERO TOLERANCE policy; otherwise it’s going to keep on happening. Basic common sense.

  18. JOE

    If you go to Disney you must be cool. Take your turn and not try to get ahead of another family. If you act like a fool then you need to be banned for a long time or until you learn how to be civil. Enjoy the time there and understand everyone else wants the same.

  19. Lauren

    This has been going on at Disney World since the first day it opened to the public. They only truly deal with problems when they are dealing with shop lifting incidents. I was accosted by a Disney cast member in a bathroom when I was only 13 years old. Disney swept it all under the rug! My 15 year old friend stole a Disney lapel trading pin and she was banned for life. The pin cost $2.99 and she was arrested and had to pay Disney over $400.00 in restitution and was charged and had to serve 2 years of probation.
    My brother was caught in between two young gang members fighting and his jaw was broken. Disney made sure that too was swept under the rug.
    So if someone sneaks into the Holy Cinderella Castle, then should they be “drawn and quartered”? Or perhaps at Disney Paris, they would be executed by beheading ?
    Bottom line, stress of expensive prices for entry tickets, expensive foods, snacks and beverages, not to mention the merchandise they buy for pennies on the dollar they fabricate and import from China and other sweat shop countries, and the poor parents that go into debt to buy their child/children so they won’t feel that they’ve neglected their children for not spending money on them.
    Disney is pure GREED, so big deal that a family got to see the inside of the fantasy CINDERELLA CASTLE, Disney created this kind of environment out of pure GREED.

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