Nothing left in your bank account after a trip to see Mickey? How odd!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — Visitors to EPCOT Centre’s Canada Pavilion have reportedly had their assets seized and their bank accounts frozen.
“I just walked through the place,” says guest Hugh Schwartz of Passaic, NJ. “Given what’s happening north of the border, I was a little reluctant to visit the Canada Pavilion. But my family and I just squeezed past the trucks that were there. We were careful not to do or say anything that seemed like we supported the protest. But when we got back home from our trip, suddenly our credit and debit cards are being declined. It’s scary! I never thought it could happen here.”
Uncle Walt’s Insider has received multiple reports of guests returning from Walt Disney World trips to find that their bank accounts had been emptied. All of them had visited the Canada pavilion, or at least walked by it. We will keep you posted if we receive any new information.
Never mind. Apparently the guests’ lack of funds and credit card declines is just the usual “I-went-to-Walt-Disney-World” bank account drain. Nothing to do with Canada. Yet.
We’ll be watching, though.
Is it better that their funds were seized by Mickey, not Trudeau? Let us know in the comments below!
Cover photo: Canada, “America’s Hat,” according to the Epcot Map. Image © Disney, perhaps modified a tad.