Disney Parade Disrupted By Shocking Public Sexual Display

in Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World

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A Disney Park parade was disrupted by a shocking public display. Check out the video here at Inside the Magic!

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The Disney Parks and Resorts are magical places that offer fun for every member of your family. From their wide collection of thrilling rides and attractions to stunning scenery and delicious restaurants, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

The Parks are also expanding constantly, with Disney bringing in new experiences all the time. The most recent additions to the Walt Disney World Resort are Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT and TRON Lightcycle/Run at Magic Kingdom, both of which are incredible roller coasters.

Over at the Disneyland Resort, Guests now have the opportunity to ride Minnie & Mickey’s Runaway Railway, a trackless dark ride that we first saw at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

However, there are plenty of live entertainment offerings at Disney as well.

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Disney World and Disneyland are both famous for their vast collection of shows and parades, allowing Guests to experience magic in more ways than one.

Unfortunately, Guests got a not-so-magical show recently, with mother nature taking over.

During a mid-day parade, Guests were witness to two ducks engaging in sexual intercourse right on Main Street!

You can check out the full video linked below:

Eventually, the ducks were stopped by Cast Members, and the parade was able to continue.

A sight like this is quite common at places like Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but for this to happen at Main Street U.S.A. is a whole other thing. Guests will be talking about this for years to come.

Have you ever seen something like this at Disney?

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