ORLANDO, Fla. -- A man visiting Disney's Magic Kingdom on Sunday decided to make a political statement by hanging a banner promoting the re-election of President Donald Trump.
- Images of Trump banner at Disney spread on social media
- Disney World prohibits banners for commercial purposes
- Disney has not responded to a request for comment
The large banner appeared above the entryway to the train station on Main Street, U.S.A. and read, "Re-Elect Donald J. Trump. Keep America Great. 2020."
The man, identified as Dion Cini, posted of video of himself putting up the banner. The video shows guests watching from below. Some cheered while others booed.
The banner was up for only just over a minute before a Disney World cast member arrived to make Cini take it down.
No word yet on what course of action Disney took following the incident. But Cini told Spectrum News 13 that Disney banned him from its parks.
A Disney representative has not returned a Spectrum News 13 request for comment.
Regardless of politics, Disney World has rules regarding what activities are not allowed in its parks. Prohibited activities include "unauthorized events, demonstrations or speeches, or the usage of any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes, or to incite a crowd."
This isn't the first time someone has made a political statement at Disney World. In December 2017, a man shouted "lock him up" during animatronic Trump's speech in the Hall of Presidents attraction.
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