Being thrown out of the Animal Kingdom for littering?

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  1. MinnesotaMouseketeers

    MinnesotaMouseketeers DIS Veteran

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    I'm with other posters that believe this should be a rule for all the resorts. And why would this be a surprise to anyone that this would happen at AKL?
     
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  3. Mommy2Corinne

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    :rotfl::rotfl: The visual of this whole event is priceless.
     
  4. jimmysmom74

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    Absolutely hilarious Tink! I guess animals can hold trash bags and clean up after messy slob humans after all.:lmao: Put it in the bag, put in the bag, Boom Boom!!!

    If you have a few minutes ppl this link is disney funny!
     
  5. Lehuaann

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    I remember this post as well. Something about security having footage of the room occupants smoking/throwing cigs off the balcony and being escorted off property...

    Edit - here's the thread http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=3000581
     
  6. Nancyg56

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    I don't know why this question was asked either, but in the event the OP intends to test the theory out, it is an expensive way to determine if rues are meant to be followed, "even if you pay".
     
  7. farrahalex76

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    I would think that you would get thrown out of any resort for throwing litter off your balcony. And if you have a package you have to have it paid off 45 days prior to check in and room only you have to pay at check in so of course your rooms will be paid for.
     
  8. cobright

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    It was sort of one of those, 'no good deed goes unpunished' situations. I'm sure it was hilarious for everyone but the bird and (at the time) I.

    My original plan was to just open the carriage up a bit and shoo the bird out. When that failed I tried to hold it like a football, with the wings held closed as I would hold my doves when I worked as a magician's assistant (the things we remember when they are needed). But the bugger got the jump on me and I ended up loosely gripping his neck while he flapped all over the place. They have claws on their feet and I didn't want to just drop it and have it back into the carriage.

    If it had taken any longer to let the bird go the security guard would have tasered me. I'm sure of it.
     
  9. AmberHeartsDisney

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    I think if you do that any place you should be thrown out! Don't be lazy!
     

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