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A woman was spectacularly roasted by a Disney worker when she asked him to go out with her. Watch below:
A worker playing the famously shallow Gaston from Beauty and the Beast was walking through the street at the Disney theme park, when a woman in the crowd decided she'd try to pull.
Shouting out to the actor, the woman said: "Gaston my boyfriend just broke up with me, will you go out with me?"
The man replied: "I'm sorry, I'm looking for the most beautiful woman in town."
The woman, clearly a little mortified, said to her mate who was filming: "Did I just get roasted?"
The video was posted by TikTok user @nots0swift with the caption: "Nooooo one roasts like Gaston."
It garnered 1.3 million views and 176,000 likes.
A TikToker and former Disney employee recently claimed nobody ever technically dies at Disney World.
There are plenty of bizarre myths surrounding the Walt Disney behemoth - not least that Walt himself supposedly had his head frozen when he died.
But another intriguing theory relates to the company's theme parks, suggesting that if a guest or worker were to die on the grounds of any of its properties, they wouldn't be officially declared dead until after they'd been moved.
If true, this would mean the company - although just on a technicality - can claim that nobody has ever died there.
TikToker and former Disney employee Tom Cruz posted a video claiming to have a story from his experience at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando one summer.
In the clip, he says: "Disney story time - no one has ever or will ever die inside of a Disney park or property.
"It is the happiest place on earth and you can't have your guests dying there."
And he has a story which he claims will back this up.
Of the day in question, he recalls: "It's super hot. I distinctly remember this day, we were helping people into the go-kart ride and there was a family and they had an older gentleman with them.
"It was super hot on this day, the guy collapses, boom, on his face and busts his face up. It was ugly.
"Of course, there was a doctor in line, he came over to help, we called emergency services.
"This entire time, my man was not breathing. They're doing CPR on him, trying to revive him, no luck. It's 15 minutes before they finally got through the park to try to help him out. They stretchered him out and kept resuscitating him all the way until the end."
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