Monopods have been banned on the territory of Disney Parks

Monopods have been banned on the territory of Disney Parks

Looks like the monopod epidemic in Disney Parks is finally over as the company decided to go on a more radical step in the fight against people with monopods rather than signs and warning from Disney employees.

Corresponding signs are warning visitors about the ban.

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Looks like the monopod epidemic in Disney Parks is finally over as the company decided to go on a more radical step in the fight against people with monopods rather than signs and warning from Disney employees. Starting from next week, the employees of the park will be checking for monopods during the bags checkup. Visitors who will try and carry the stick to the theme park will have two choices: either to leave the stick at the entrance of the park and get it back on the way out or to leave it in the car or the hotel.

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Earlier Disney tried to regulate the usage of monopods on its territory, by posting signs that forbid sticks at some of the most dangerous attractions, but people didn’t listen and still managed to carry and use the sticks on the rides. Company tolerated such behavior for too long and the final straw became the accident that took place recently when the roller coaster at the park was stopped because of one individual that decided to take a selfie on the highest point of the ride.

The new rules are spread by voice messages and by warning signs. The new rules will come to power on the 1st of July.

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