A woman commits a horrible, disgusting act on the Disney World Ride
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A woman commits a horrible, disgusting act on the Disney World Ride

A woman was caught on video performing what many are calling a vile and disgusting stunt while standing in line at a popular and newer Disney World attraction. Let’s see what she did to anger so many people.

Guests walking through Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom behind Cinderella Castle
Source: Ed Aguila, Inside the Magic

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A woman performs a horrible and disgusting stunt at Disney World, is caught on video and goes viral

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is a steel roller coaster made by renowned manufacturer Vekoma and located in the Fantasyland sections of both the Magic Kingdom and Shanghai Disneyland. The Magic Kingdom iteration debuted on May 28, 2014 as a key element of the New Fantasyland expansion, particularly in the Enchanted Forest section.

The attraction has a beautiful, fairy-tale atmosphere as you wait in line for the roller coaster trains. As you stand there, you walk through diamonds in the rough, water features all around, and much more. It’s great fun for you and your family – unless you see someone doing what this woman did on TikTok. Yes. Spoiler alert: don’t be her, kids.

Bruh, what are we doing here????

– @GeoZaroff on X

A TikTok user named @jaimeleeogle captured a woman filling a water bottle while standing in line outside one of the water features where thousands of visitors lay hands, children play and more. The stunt was captured and shared on various social media platforms, including X, where @GeoZaroff was able to post and share it, sparking interesting reactions from Disney World fans. Most of the guests were outraged by what this woman had done, as the water she was using was most likely tampered with and unclean to drink.

These people 3 hours later

– @iamcg83 on X

The number of people who touched this water, rinsed their body parts in it and even spat into it…

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Source: Orlando’s Best

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Why is this potentially dangerous for guests?

Drinking water that isn’t from a fountain while waiting in line for a ride at Disney World may have several risks. Water from unmarked sources may be contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses or other pathogens that can cause gastroenteritis or more serious infections. Guests become dehydrated easily in the Florida heat.

While waiting in line, guests may choose water from an unreliable source out of desperation, increasing the risk of consuming unsafe water. Water fountains and designated water sources at Disney World are maintained to meet health and safety standards. Drinking from undesignated sources may expose guests to poorly sanitized water.

Using personal bottles that have been improperly cleaned can also lead to the ingestion of germs. Without proper sanitation, these containers can harbor bacteria that thrive in Florida’s warm climate. Substances or chemicals found in undesignated water may also be unsafe to consume.

A statue of a man and a mouse stands in a garden near the castle, with a clear blue sky overhead.  A sign nearby reads "CARE!  EXTREME HEAT DANGER," indicating potential weather threats in a given area.  This scene has the magical charm of a Disney theme park.A statue of a man and a mouse stands in a garden near the castle, with a clear blue sky overhead.  A sign nearby reads "CARE!  EXTREME HEAT DANGER," indicating potential weather threats in a given area.  This scene has the magical charm of a Disney theme park.
Source: Inside Magic

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This can include anything from naturally occurring pollutants to chemicals used in park maintenance. To ensure your water is clean and safe, it is always safest to drink from trusted and designated sources, such as fountains, water refill stations, or bottled water purchased from vendors in parks. While drinking water from non-designated sources at Disney World is unlikely to result in direct punitive action by park authorities, it can lead to complications and consequences for both the guest and the park.

Disney World prioritizes the health and safety of its guests. If a guest is drinking from an unsafe or undesignated source, park staff may intervene to prevent potential health risks. Disney World must follow health regulations and guidelines.

In extreme cases, if a guest’s behavior poses a significant health risk or repeatedly violates park regulations, he or she may be asked to leave the park. Park staff can take this opportunity to educate guests about the importance of using designated water sources and the potential dangers of drinking water from unknown or undesignated sources. In summary, while drinking water from non-designated sources is unlikely to get a guest in trouble at Disney World parks in a criminal sense, it could lead to interventions, warnings, and potential health risks that both the guest and the park would prefer to avoid.