Woman Reports Harassment at Magic Kingdom Park, Video Evidence Revealed

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Hall of Presidents in Liberty Square

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A Walt Disney World Resort guest shared footage on TikTok this week after a strange experience at Magic Kingdom Park. The video went viral, and thousands of commenters shared their thoughts on the encounter.

It’s no secret that Walt Disney wanted a seemingly endless plot of land for his second Disney Resort. After cramming Disneyland Park into Anaheim, California, Disney and his brother Roy E. Disney set their sights on acres of undeveloped swampland in Central Florida. More than 50 years later, Walt Disney World Resort is home to dozens of Disney Resort hotels, four Disney parks, two Disney water parks, Disney Springs, and more.

An aerial view of EPCOT inside of Walt Disney World Resort, showing the many forms of the Disney transportation system, like the Skyliner.
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Still, even pixie dust can’t take the swamp out of Central Florida. Guests are bound to see some Florida wildlife during their vacations. After all, as any parent knows, kids will stand in front of a tiger at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and ask if they can go back to chasing a lizard! Luckily, most wildlife is harmless; even black bears and alligators are more afraid of us than we are of them.

Kie (@muvastylez on TikTok) went viral after sharing an unusual experience with another Walt Disney World Resort “guest.” Sitting in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom Park, a great egret harassed her for some of her family’s lunch!


Idek what type of bird thhs is 🤣 #florida #floridabirds #birds #floridalife #orlando #disneyworld #disneyland #floridabirds #animals

♬ original sound – kie

“I don’t know why this bird keeps coming here,” said the guest filming. “I’m not feeding you.”

The real culprit was off-screen, having slipped the bird a snack right before the recording began. “It’s because you fed it,” the guest said.

The video amassed more than 200,000 likes and thousands of comments. Much like a guest distracted by a lizard, this Walt Disney World Resort experience enthralled viewers more than a high-tech ride or magical character meet-and-greet!

Liberty Square Riverboat in the Magic Kingdom
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“He was getting taller every second,” said @jonenvy.

“After that neck extension I would’ve left,” @me_and_lovely replied.

“This bird has [a] dangerous aura,” @xobbypink quipped.

Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort, the site of the guest experience with the bird.
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Feeding Walt Disney World Resort wildlife isn’t recommended. Human food isn’t best for their digestive systems, and it’s unsafe for them to associate people with feeding time.

Have you interacted with birds, squirrels, lizards, ducks, or other wild animals at Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, or Disney Resort hotels? Share your favorite memory with Inside the Magic in the comments.

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