One more reason I hope Project Madrid is a great ride and not a big gimmick ride: To spite this guy.Then I saw security taking a guy out near Fool's Court. I talked to people and I have a good idea of what happened. So you know how you walk past the area near the giant jester (I heard an actor call her Giggles) and there is also that giant pile of skulls with a throne on top. Yeah a guy hopped the fence and climber on top of it for a picture. Guess what, parts of the skulls were crushed and the guy is apparently banned for life.
Where is the "heart" emoji when you need it? I completely agree, and it's sad.I don't think you're wrong, GrandpaD, but I think the issue also partially extends from the dehumanizing of the scare actors. A lot of the behavior I've observed indicates that people don't realize the scare actors are high school and college students just trying to do their job, and that somehow by putting on makeup and a costume the actors have transformed into true monsters who deserve to be stood up against. I think that people who abuse the actors have convinced themselves they're not attacking real people, just characters or "bad guys", which is why we don't see the guy walking around with a broom and dustpan getting the same sort of abuse.
Wait. Wait. Wait.You dont need Quick Queue at BGW HOS anymore because they have stretched the HOS offerings over a whole park day so they are losing money.