Disneyland will remove guests for using profanity or offensive language

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Disneyland and Disney California Adventure are reopening at the end of the month. With that reopening comes some changes to policies and procedures at the parks. Things like face masks are now required, social distancing markers will be placed throughout the parks, and capacity will be limited. Another policy change we just noticed says that guests using profanity or offensive language will be removed from the parks.

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This doesn’t mean a guest who lets slip a profanity while conversing with their family and friends will be escorted from the park. The new policy states guests “using profanity or offensive language towards our Cast Members or other Guests” will be removed from the park. You can find this information on the Disneyland website.

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So, while you visit Disneyland, remember you are in the Happiest Place on Earth. Using profanity and/or offensive language towards others is not magical and will bring your day to an unhappy end.

Remember, until further notice only California residents are allowed to visit the Disneyland Resort theme parks. Park reservations are also required along with valid admission to enter a park.


Sara

One thought on “Disneyland will remove guests for using profanity or offensive language

  1. Are they going to provide a list of what encompasses “profanity” or “offensive language?” Will it be confined to English, or will profanity and offensive language in all tongues be monitored somehow? The term “offensive language” certainly opens up the door to subjective opinion. What one person deems offensive, may only be offensive to that one person for all we know. This is bullshit.

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