See How Other Orlando Hotels Warn Their Guests Of Alligators – Should Disney Do The Same?

Following the horrific death of a 2-year-old boy who was dragged into a lagoon by a gator near the Grand Floridian hotel in Orlando, critics are blasting Walt Disney World for not doing enough to warn their guests about the potential threat of alligators on their property.2-year-old Lane Graves’ body was found after a grueling 15-hour search that included over 50 local law enforcement officers and wildlife experts. The little boy was playing near a body of water when his body was snatched by the gator.And while there are multiple signs that say “No Swimming” near Disney’s beaches, lakes and lagoons, there are no signs that say “Beware of Alligators.”[ad type="aboveimagead1"]
[caption id="attachment_62340" align="alignnone" width="1068"]graves family Credit: YouTube / Inside Edition[/caption]
Joanna Mazewski

Joanna has been following the world of entertainment and celebrities since '05, having served as the Editor-in-Chief of Celebrity News Service and as a personal assistant for one of the original James Bond screenwriters, producer Kevin McClory during her days in Ireland. These days she’s a mother, warrior, celebrity writer and Disney dreamer. And she eats a lot of peanut butter M&Ms, as well.

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