Disney World Warns Guests Will Be Asked to Leave if They Don’t Treat Others With Respect

The official Walt Disney World website has been updated with a new reminder for guests. The Experience Updates page on the Walt Disney World website has a new section called ‘Courtesy’, which asks guests to be respectful of others.

Here’s the text of the ‘Courtesy’ section:

Be the magic you want to see in the world. You must always remember to treat others with respect, kindness and compassion. Those who can’t live up to this simple wish may be asked to leave Walt Disney World Resort.

Below is a screenshot of the new section on guest behavior.

The ‘Courtesy’ notice comes as more and more guest altercations have happened at the theme parks. Fights have broken out multiple times, and thanks to social media, have been spread across the internet. Honestly, who fights in the queue for Living with the Land?

While we applaud Disney for reminding guests of what they should already know, it will ultimately come down to actions speaking louder than words. Disney needs to act promptly when guests are misbehaving, and before it escalates to physical violence.

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