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People Poop A Lot In Ride Lines At Disneyland And Disney World, Reddit Users Confirm


Even though Disney World is known as "the happiest place on earth," both visitors and workers aren't feeling the magic after seeing people poop and throw up in line. Now, it was confirmed that people poop a lot in ride lines at Disneyland and Disney World.

Fans don't have to be the only ones who hang out in the r/WaltDisneyWorld group. The park gets a lot of complaints about being dirty, which are backed up by both former and present "cast members."

People Poop A Lot In Ride Lines At Disneyland And Disney World

Disney World castle
Disney World castle

An especially disgusting urban rumor in Disneyland says that people are urinating while they wait in line for rides. This idea seems too disgusting and strange to be believed. Sadly, this scary story is true, which will make people with weak stomachs very upset.

Twice in the last month, people on the Disney World subreddit were angry and shocked about disturbing things they said they saw while waiting in line for rides. Recently, a person said, "I am in the queue for [Rise of the Resistance] - someone let their kid take a dump on the floor and then they just walked out and left it - WTF?"This feces sighting was quickly confirmed by a commenter who said they worked at the site, which proved that what happened really happened. Another user said that this was one of three things that happened that day at Rise of the Resistance that had to do with poop.

The behavior of park visitors at the very popular Flight of Passage attraction was criticized on a different subreddit. One commenter said, "For the skeptics… this actually happened. Fun fact: this was one of 3 shit t-related incidents at Rise today. Less fun fact: I was here for all 3 of them,"because so many people have gone in there and poops. It happened even though they had a camera up.

There are more stories about this unpleasant subject in the book "Cleaning the Kingdom: Insider Tales of Keeping Walt's Dream Spotless" written by former Disneyland cleaning staff. What people in the company called "cast members" like Ken Pellman and Lynn Barron say that these kinds of things have a name: "Human Code H."

The writers say that "Code H" first meant cleaning up after horses that pulled Main Street vehicles. Over time, the term came to mean events involving human waste. This isn't a new problem; Pellman and Barron worked in the park a lot in the 1990s and early 2000s.

The most scary thing that happened to them was at Disneyland's Indiana Jones Adventure. A woman who didn't know there was a bathroom backstage went into the attraction's control room and left her "gift" there. This made things difficult for the ride operator until the mess was cleaned up.

If you have to go to the bathroom while you're waiting in line, you should not do what those people do. There are bathrooms in the middle of some rides with big lines, like Flight of Passage. Just ask the cast member who is nearby where the closest bathroom is.

If you have to leave the line, it's better for the people working at the ride entrance if you politely explain your situation and ask them to join your group when you get back. That way, they won't have to deal with a sanitation problem.

Final Words

We understand. It can be hard to be patient while waiting in line for a Disney ride. People often have to wait for ridiculously long periods of time at popular sites. But you have to leave when you have to. Even though Disney tries to make things easier for its guests by putting bathrooms near the line, it seems like some guests are fine with giving in to a more basic urge.

Someone on the Disney World subreddit said they saw someone let their child "take a dump on the floor" while they were waiting in line for the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction. The thread is now getting a lot of attention. A supposed park worker confirmed the number two sighting, and then a lot of other people started to share their own Disney stories about poop.

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Jane Resture

Jane Resture- Since she embarked on her first world trip in 2002, Jane Resture spent the past decades sharing her personal journey and travel tips with people around the world. She has traveled to over 80 countries and territories, where she experienced other cultures, wildlife she had only read about in books, new foods, new people, and new amazing experiences. Jane believes that travel is for everyone and it helps us learn about ourselves and the world around us. Her goal is to help more people from more backgrounds experience the joy of exploration because she trusts that travel opens the door to the greatest, most unforgettable experiences life can offer and this builds a kinder, more inclusive, more open-minded world.

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