Some people just don’t seem to get it. Theme parks don’t want you using selfie sticks on their rides.
So on Friday, Walt Disney World went a step further to make that point. It posted a “No Selfie Sticks” sign at the Magic Kingdom’s Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Guests can bring selfie sticks on the rides but must securely store them, a Disney spokeswoman said Monday.
Disney policy forbids visitors from using the sticks, which can be used to extend cameras out for up to 30 feet, on its ride.
A few weeks ago, Disney told workers to remind guests of that policy.
Still, Thunder Mountain has had an especially high number of incidents in which the ride had to be stopped because of selfie-stick use.
Similar signs have been posted at Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain at Disneyland in California.
The signs are “just a continuation of our communication efforts at a few key attractions,” Disney said in an email.