Disney Tour Guide broke the rules to create their own Fastpass lane


Disney theme parks have become so expensive that the amount of money you will end up spending can seem bordering on crime. And a man decided to spread his own brand of self-defense justice using a stolen iPad to save some cash and skip the lines at Disney World. Now, this is not a diet endorsement, but… it’s funny.

In June, it was discovered that 30-year-old Rennan Carletto was using an unofficial Walt Disney World app to make unauthorized reservations, allowing the group of tourists he was leading to bypass all queues and go. immediately access the desired attractions. This app is intended for official members of the Disney parks cast, giving them the option of not having to deal with the hassle of queues when visiting the parks.

In fact, his rule-breaking plan looks a lot like Disney’s Quick Pass – which no longer exists because it has been replaced by the Lightning Lane. Lightning Lane passes cost a lot more than the now-defunct fast passes. But Carletto found an, um, affordable way to get around that.

The plan was going flawlessly until an investigator in the park’s Tickets and Fraud department discovered Carletto and the group he was leading by skipping one of the lines. They informed the staff operating the ride to cancel the reservation and not allow them access to the attraction.

The investigator then followed Carletto to the parking lot and confronted him, where he explained that he worked for a company called “A Class” and that he was unaware that the iPad had been stolen. , because it had been given to him by his boss Tony. . Authorities were called and the iPad returned, but since it had not been reported stolen, Carletto was not charged with any felony (although he received a trespass warning for all parks Disney).

While using a stolen iPad to cut lines is morally questionable at best, it’s understandable that someone could attempt a stunt like this. And who did the ploy hurt, really? After all, the cost of admission to Disney theme parks has skyrocketed over the past few years and the money certainly doesn’t end there. Aside from the recently announced Lightning Lane, the cost of tickets to Disney is unaffordable for those who probably want to go.


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