US woman, Disney settle theme park groping suit
Tue May 17, 1:25 pm ET
PHILADELPHIA A woman who claimed she was groped by Donald Duck during a visit to the Epcot theme park has settled her federal lawsuit against Disney.
Court documents indicate April Magolon settled her lawsuit against the entertainment giant last week. She had sued Walt Disney Parks and Resorts last year claiming a costumed park employee grabbed her breast during a May 2008 visit to the Florida park.
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gosh,having to put up with costumed characters is bad enough but being groped by Donald Duck too!?....
I have a picture from last Halloween where I am unknowingly and seemingly being groped by the Abominable Snowman!
Cum on Y'all,you should have seen that coming.The Perv runs around with a shirt on but NO PANTS!...and everyone gets upset when he grabs a Boob?She's lucky he didn't....don't wanna get banned so use your imagination....I just did and WOW,it Quacked me UP!!
Yet another reason to be creeped out by people in those giant costumes...
by Tom Cornett 9 years ago
This is funny! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t75x7lxPaE
by mgrandis99 9 years ago
how much is a drawing of Donald Duck?
by bruno03.vz@gmail 8 years ago
wachtwoord is figuur uit Donald Duck
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