Visiting Disneyland Resort is always filled with magical moments, but sometimes things take an unexpected turn. Last week at Disney California Adventure Park, a TikTok video went viral, capturing an incident where a Disneyland guest was “trampled” by an electric wheelchair during a TikTok filming session. The footage, shared by social media content creator Lysa (@lysalicious on TikTok), has sparked a heated debate amongst Disney fans.

In the clip, Lysa was showcasing her outfit in front of the iconic San Fransokyo Bridge. She walked backward, colliding with another guest in an electric wheelchair who shouted, “Stop it!” twice. Not realizing the situation, Lysa immediately apologized for the mishap, though the recorded moment gathered more than a million views, igniting discussions on social media.

This incident has reignited the ongoing debate about whether Disneyland Park, Downtown Disney, and Disney California Adventure Park should impose restrictions on live streaming and content creation. Some fans argue that Disneyland should be enjoyed without the distraction of influencers and vloggers, while others believe guests should have the freedom to create content as they wish.

Disney is already aware of the growing influencer phenomenon within its parks. In May, Disney cast members began enforcing rules against filming on attractions in Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland Park. To counter the rush of vloggers trying to capture first-look content, Disney released an official full-ride POV video of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure ahead of its opening at Magic Kingdom Park.

Despite the collision, both Lysa and the other Disney Park guest emerged unscathed. However, the event underscores the importance of being mindful of one’s surroundings, especially in the bustling environment of a theme park. The viral video has divided opinions, with some viewers supporting Lysa and others siding with the wheelchair-bound guest.

What do you think about the involvement of social media in theme parks? Should there be stricter rules, or is it all part of the contemporary Disney experience? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: Inside the Magic