Posted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 12:13 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Anaheim police Monday were looking for a man who groped a woman on the Tower of Terror ride at Disney's California Adventure theme park, adjacent to Disneyland. The victim has an on-ride photo showing a man with his hand stretched out toward her.
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I stand corrected on the first point. However, I know video footage exists, because I got caught doing something on that ride (science experiment).
Just because they use video to monitor the ride doesn't mean it is being recorded.
And it doesn't mean they can release it, or talk about ANY of the facts of the case, until they're done with that whole pesky "investigation" nonsense.
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I know for a fact that passengers on the ToT's are on video throughout the ride. There are "night shot" cameras everywhere. I've seen them first hand, so it must have been spotted somewhere.
Whether or not that video feed is recorded, I couldn't tell you. I'd imagine that it is, specifically for times like these, but I could be mistaken.
I wish egieszl had a photo of himself in his profile so we could compare it to the photo in the story...
I'm kidding. :)
Funny, but I wasn't at the park on Friday, don't have facial hair, rarely wear a baseball hat and I would never intentionally do something like this. I would willing help someone if I were to witness such an act. I know you were kidding though.
The guy in the photo kind of looks like Kevin Federline.
Juggalotus, I think it would be stupid for Disney to put in cameras and not record the footage, not for this type of activity, but for other possible events like a ride accident. I should add that some of my comments are based on other articles I've read.
It was in reply to your statement...
Istand corrected on the first point. However, I know video footageexists, because I got caught doing something on that ride (scienceexperiment).[\quote]
I'm really sorry if my joke was in poor taste.
And yea, if there are cameras videoing the ride, I'm sure that they'd keep it recording for the sole reason to see what would happen in the event of a ride accident.
According to Orlando Attractions Magazine, we can expect additional effects on ToT, and a new program coming this summer...
AWESOME! I just might be going this summer. That's more to look forward to.
I think that ToT is my favorite Disney ride.
Maybe they should also include new restraints that force people to keep their hands to themselves? lol
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