Hollywood Studios- Orlando Complaint - Rude worker

Review by branjust6 on 2010-10-23
On 10/20/2010, my boys (3,6) stood in line for Buzz and Woody's autograph. I accidently bumped into this woman in her 20's.. I apologized for bumping into her and she just glared at me.. I told her "I said I was sorry" and she told me to turn around and also nudged me on purpose. She claimed that she was going to report me and that she worked at the park.. Her Man friend told her to back off and finally she did. I would hope that Disney doesn't support this type of behavior in their employees. I told the worker in front of the line taking pictures and she asked if I knew her name.. This is as far as it went but now I wish that I stood up for myself more. There were plenty of witnesses (the parents and children" around me.
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-10-24
Posted by SB on 2010-10-23:
She may have been rude but after I apologized and received only a glare I would have left it at that. Especially with two little kids with me, I wouldn't have escalated the situation by commenting to her further. Too many people act irrationally over less.
Posted by Ytropious on 2010-10-23:
I have to admit, I'm a glarer. I don't need to express my emotions with words, if I don't like you I'll be sure to let you know with an icy stare. I would have just backed off if I were you. As for her comment, she might have been saying it just to make you scared. I doubt she really works at the park or she probably wouldn't be in line for anything.
Posted by werelucky on 2010-10-23:
You have no proof that this person was really employed by Universal other than her saying it. I would say just forget about it and move on with life.
Posted by Fufu487 on 2010-10-23:
I agree here, valid complaint IF she worked for the park. But if she DID, I doubt she would be putting herself in that situation as it would obviously have negative results for herself. And she also wouldn't be waiting in line either.
Posted by branjust6 on 2010-10-24:
I realize that she needs to mature a bit. And I hope that for Disney's sake and guests that she doesn't work at the park.

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