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When Theme Park Character Attacks ...

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Home video of a costumed Tigger character apparently punching a boy in the face and knocking him back at a Walt Disney World theme park has prompted an Orange County Sheriff's investigation into the incident and led to the suspension of the cast member, according to a Local 6 News report.

The Monaco family of New Hampshire said they were visiting a Disney theme park and posing for a photo with Tigger when the character landed a hard punch.

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I think it looks like one or both of them lost their balance and "Tigger" felt like he/they were falling backwards and either reached out with a clumsy costume arm and padded hand to steady him/them.
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I like the links to other related stories at the bottom of the page. Also the incident report has more on what the Liberal Avenger describes, plus a liberal usage of the verb "advised."

My favorite posting today so far :)
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You Americans and your stupid legal system. That kid needs to grow a pair. I can just picture Homer the father right there, thinking of making a quick buck off Disney. Pitiful.
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yes, and that was not a punch. It's hard to see everything when you're wearing a big costume head like that. It was so obviously an unintentional bump, and Paul's right...the kid needs to toughen up or the world will eat him alive.
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People just have to learn that they can't treat wild animals as pets.

Attacks like this are bound to happen, no matter how far you remove these tiggers from their natural environment.
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