An iconic Walt Disney World water attraction makes a different noise on social media after a guest claimed they were told to stay inside a sinking boat at Splash Mountain.
In a now-viral video that hit Twitter on Sunday, a user by the name of Sky shared images of submerged seats during the newspaper flume ride to Magic Kingdom.
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“So we got out of our boat because it was sinking while we were stuck there and the Disney World employee decided to tell us we should have stayed in the boat but it sank as soon as we all got out… nice, ”Sky captioned a six-second clip that has since been viewed over 130,000 times Monday morning.
Recalling that she and her parking mates knew how to “get out quickly” when the seats filled with water, Sky described the alleged incident as “not well,” in a post that has since received more than 1,100 actions.
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Other Twitter users shared similar images and photos of the sunken boats at Splash Mountain, reinforcing the claims.
After a four-month closure amid the coronavirus health crisis, Orlando’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom areas once again welcomed visitors on July 11, while Epcot and Hollywood Studios followed on July 15.
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Florida’s iconic theme park had been closed to the public since March 14.