A Disneyland guest apparently decided to flee to in the heather.
A few days before the beloved flute ride, Splash Mountain is about to close to make way for a big princess and the frog Re-themed, a TikTok video apparently filmed over the weekend appears to show a rider jumping from one of the attraction’s moving boats and riding through an area usually reserved for guests.
In footage of the ride shared Monday night by user Fatima Yusuf Wright, a man can be heard asking, “What’s that?” before the camera moves to focus on a person walking down a path on the ride’s mountainous structure.
“What are you doing?” someone asks the unidentified biker, who replied, “I can’t. I’m about to have a panic attack.”
Wright reposted the clip to Instagram, where she captioned it calling the incident “insanity” during the ride’s last weekend of operation. “Thank God she wasn’t hurt!” Wright wrote.
EW contacted Wright as well as Disneyland representatives for more information.
Splash Mountain at Disneyland
Splash Mountain’s last day of operation in the California park is scheduled for Wednesday, with the revamped Tiana’s Bayou Adventure scheduled to open in 2024. Disney World’s version of the ride closed earlier this year for a similar new theme, although Tokyo Disneyland’s version is not currently ready to undergo a princess and the frog revision.
Disney first announced plans to transform the two rides in 2020, following heavy criticism of the attraction’s thematic ties to the 1946 film southern songlong accused of containing racist stereotypes.
Watch the TikTok video of Wright from Splash Mountain above.
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