Tired of those pesky lines at Disney World? Just steal an employee iPad and you can skip the wait by giving fake tours!

Sep 16th

There isn't much to this story other than the sheer brilliance of the scheme. Imagine for a moment that you just dropped $10k on a family vacation to Orlando and everyone in your party is miserable. You're stuck waiting in a 2 hour line to meet Elsa and Ana in 97 degree heat. The incessant sweating has you dehydrated to the point that you're not thinking straight, so you're seriously contemplating if you should pay $9 for a water now or just wait and pay the $50 copay at the ER for a water bag.

And that's when it hits you. All you have to do to get on that danged Slinky Dog Dash before the park closes is steal an employee iPad, pose as a tour guide, and take a group of unsuspecting park goers on a magical line skipping extravaganza!

And that's exactly what one man did this past June at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Rennan Carletto - aged 30 but sly beyond his years - somehow "came into possession" of an active employee iPad. Apparently, these iPads grant significant powers, and all it took was leading a group of people around and acting confident, and he was able to bypass several lines before getting caught.

Sounds like something straight out of Catch Me If You Can, doesn't it?

Anyway, there's not much more to the story other than Mr. Carletto being cited with trespassing. It's odd, don't you think there would be something in the police report about how he actually obtained the iPad? Maybe...I don't know...theft? What do you think, Ana?

Who knows, I'm just a dude writing moderately interesting stories for Not the Bee.

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