Disney is usually really good at making sure that everything runs smoothly, rides work, animatronics are in-tact etc. On January 28th, not one but two Disney bloopers took place.
Across the world, Ursula was found with her head dangling in The Little Mermaid – Ariel’s Undersea Adventure attraction in Disney California Adventure. This is one of the reasons why rides go under refurbishment. Nothing takes away the magic more than malfunctioning animatronics. Hopefully, guests that experienced these visions don’t have nightmares!
Without social media, we may have never known about these mishaps! As usual, Disney jumped on the issues and closed the rides until the mechanical malfunctions were fixed.
If you had experienced this, would you have laughed and enjoyed the blooper or been upset that the ride wasn’t so magical?
DISNEY NIGHTMARE! How scary (funny) is this? The Ursula animatronic lost her head on the Little Mermaid ride yesterday… and kept singing and dancing! http://bit.ly/2DUch5b
Posted by WPLG Local 10 / Local10.com on Monday, January 29, 2018
Photo Credit: Disney
Video Credit: WPLG Local 10 / Local10.com
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