Vote of the week: Do you always follow the rules?
Written by Robert Niles
At Theme Park Insider, we urge you to follow all safety and other rules when visiting a theme park. As part of that commitment, for example, I don't approve photos to the site that obviously have been taken in violation of park policies regarding photography (such as from on board a roller coaster). Also, the ride videos that we have posted on the Blog Flume in the past have been taken with the permission of park personnel.Tweet
But, let's be honest here. I'm betting that some of you have, um, broken a rule or two at some point. [Note: I changed the poll right after putting it up, when I realized that the poll software was counting multiple selections in a very weird, nonsensible way. So I have broken the vote into multiples, with one on each issue.]
Have you ever broken a rule at a theme park?
Please, have at it in the comments. Funny stories are always appreciated, as is your defense for your particular vote.
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