More than a dozen photographs of women baring their breasts on the park's Splash Mountain log ride have appeared on sites across the Internet in recent months - leading some cheeky cyber-fans to christen the attraction "Flash Mountain. The photos were captured by a special video camera mounted inside the ride that snaps souvenir photos of each log and its crew of up to eight riders as they plunge down Splash Mountain's watery, five-story drop. Through the years, uninhibited adventurers of both sexes have flashed more than a smile to the camera in the hopes of walking away with an R-rated memento from the G-rated Magic Kingdom.
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Yes, some of these pictures have been sneaked out and posted on the Internet. If your party happens to be riding in the same log on Splash Mountain with someone who pulls this stunt, explain the situation to a cast member. Newspaper article about Flash Mountain. Flash Mountain photos.
Call it an unexpected consequence of the bad economy: A recent round of staff reductions at Disneyland could result in the return of embarrassing episodes of public nudity at the Happiest Place on Earth. At the time, Disneyland officials blamed a rogue employee for leaking the obscene pictures of topless women onto the Web and instituted tighter photo editing procedures to prevent further breaches. Now, flash forward to Starting in May, the Splash Mountain photo editor positions will be eliminated as part of cost-cutting measures at Disneyland, according to MiceAge columnist Al Lutz. Of course, a lot has changed since The advent of Internet-enabled camera phones means theme park visitors who snap photos of the souvenir pictures on the preview screens can now spread the lewd and obscene images instantly across the Web at the speed of Twitter. Disneyland officials confirmed that Splash Mountain photo screeners would be redeployed to other positions as of May 3.
By Caitlin O'toole For Dailymail. Chrissy Teigen's maternal instinct kicked in in a hilarious way at Disneyland. The model shared a funny photo of herself screaming and grabbing her chest to protect her breast milk while on the Splash Mountain ride with husband John Legend on Friday. Scroll down for video. Chrissy Teigen, who welcomed baby Luna in April, shared a funny photo of her grabbing her chest to protect her breast milk while on Disneyland's Splash Mountain with husband John Legend. The couple welcomed Luna in April, after years of fertility struggles. And the new parents appeared to be enjoying some much-needed time out as they spend the evening at Disneyland with friends. The foodie and cookbook author also shared a photo joking that the park's tasty churros were her favorite ride.