Taking photos and videos when you visit an amusement park is a popular practice among interested visitors.
But if you get caught filming at the wrong time, you could get kicked out after your first trip.
Universal Studios in Orlando has strict rules that prohibit guests from filming while they’re on the go.
Theme parks enforce this rule by requiring guests to empty their bags and put their personal belongings in lockers.
Some games even make guests walk through metal detectors to make sure they don’t have extra things on them.
However, if a guest sneaks a phone into the car and is found to be breaking the rules, an employee will ask them to stop filming.
But if they ignore that and continue to document the ride, they could be kicked out of the park.
In contrast, Disney World does not prohibit any filming or photography, except for unapproved commercial purposes.
So thrill-seekers who want to capture the moment on film forever can record as much as they want.
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