The funniest stuff can happen in Disney World!
It can be a pretty high stakes environment with all of the crowds and park reservations, but we still think it’s the Most Magical Place on Earth. Our team is very familiar with Disney World, so we think we know what to expect, but even we get caught off guard sometimes. Sometimes, Disney guests can be disruptive, and this guy was definitely that!
DFB reader Kelsey sent us this video of a squirrel that got stuck in the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad queue in the Magic Kingdom! Maybe the poor guy lost his way, or maybe he was trying to cut in front of everyone to get to the front of one of Disney World’s most popular coasters. Motivations were unclear.
It looks like our animal friends have joined in on the fun! Our reader Kelsey sent us a video of a squirrel wandering the queue at Big Thunder Mountain in Magic Kingdom! Don’t worry though, a guest opened the gate & the squirrel was off to its next Genie+ reservation pic.twitter.com/EMVV6BseYX
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He seemed pretty stressed out in line, which we can relate to sometimes. The squirrel perfectly sums up the feeling of forgetting you mobile ordered and seeing that your order is ready when you’re already 40 minutes into the line. Or maybe the squirrel forgot he has a dining reservation in 5 minutes at The Plaza Restaurant on the other side of the park? Who knows?!
Thankfully, a Cast Member opened up the gate for him, and this little guy was back to enjoying all of Magic Kingdom’s best squirrel attractions, like stealing food! There’s truly nothing Cast Members don’t do.
We’re glad this little squirrel was able to get out of the queue okay, and stay tuned to DFB for all of the latest Disney updates!
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