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Subpar Food at Disneyland Paris Inspires Online Petition

Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris.
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One "Belgian theme park enthusiast" has started an online petition to call attention to crappy conditions at the Disneyland Paris theme park. According to the Daily Mail, the petition — which has supposedly been sent to the attention of Walt Disney Co.'s CEO Bob Iger — protests the "decaying and crumbling" park, where "the park's fast food outlets are steep in price and cannot compete with other nearby restaurants, such as McDonald's."

Petition founder Guillaume Gallant tells the DM that a recent visit to one of the park's "most expensive restaurants" resulted in obviously reheated food: "We received our dishes in less than five minutes which is obviously too short a time for our food to have been cooked after we ordered." The petition itself uses even stronger language, calling the food "industrial pre-cooked meals." "Save Disneyland Paris" currently has more than 5,000 signatures.

· Thousands of People Sign Disneyland Paris Petition [Daily Mail]
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