Visitors attack Taiwan theme park characters in haunted house
August 10, 2010
FRIGHTENED visitors at a Taiwanese theme park have repeatedly attacked actors dressed in ghost costumes in a "haunted theatre" attraction.
The incidents have prompted Janfusun Amusement Park to grant leave of absence or transfer for actors working at Horrorwood, which features scenes from 10 classic horror movies, a company spokeswoman said.
A male employee in a zombie costume was slapped in the face by a man whose girlfriend had been scared out of her wits, she said.
The man later explained he wanted to find out whether the "ghost" was real or not.
A female visitor hit another male worker in the private parts with an umbrella, the spokeswoman said.
One female employee complained that male visitors often touched her hip, she added.
Source: correspondents in Taipei, news.com.au
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Carny's built this country, the carnival part of it anyway..."Homer Simpson"
Guess thats a warning for the bloke on second level of Haunted Hotel hey
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