Disney World Bans Man Who Displayed Trump Signs on Rides

Disney World Bans Man Who Displayed Trump Signs on Rides
Image via Dion Cini on Facebook
When it comes to cameras on roller coasters, there are only so many options for adequate poses, and they usually fall somewhere between earnestly enjoying the ride or pretending to be bored. However, Dion Cini thought he'd think outside the box on his trip to Disney World and found himself banned for life.

Cini opted to hold up a "Trump 2020" sign on Splash Mountain (pictured above), as well as a "Keep America Great" sign on Expedition Everest. As a result of his actions, he's now banned from the park.

Speaking with WFTV-TV [via The Hollywood Reporter], Cini said he wanted to "test" the rules to see what would happen if he held up a banner on a ride.

As a result, he's no longer welcome at Disney World. A spokesperson for the park said it's not a political issue, but the "result of repeatedly not following the rules." After all, you're not allowed to hold up any sign, flag or banner while going on the park's rides.

Read Cini's post about the banning here.