Drunk Guest Climbs Mexico Pavilion Temple at Epcot

OMG!

OMG!

At last night’s 2015 Food & Wine Festival at Epcot, a guest drinking with a group of friends decided to climb the Mayan Temple on the outside of the Mexico Pavilion!

Has this ever been done before by a guest??

Video link: Climbing the Mayan Temple Steps!

Almost there!

Almost there!

November 12, 2015:  New sign posted this morning!

November 12, 2015: New “No Climbing” signs were posted this morning!

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New: There was also a security guard standing there for the whole evening, arriving at 5pm.

Caroline outside Epcot Mexico pavilion with a cool drink, but NOT climbing the Mayan Temple steps!

Caroline outside Epcot Mexico pavilion with a cool drink, but NOT climbing the Mayan Temple steps!

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7 thoughts on “Drunk Guest Climbs Mexico Pavilion Temple at Epcot

  1. Hi Caroline and Elly! I’d like to write an article covering this story for Slant News. Can you please email me to talk. Thanks!

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  2. Micky Bumbar (Lords of the Drinks) says:

    Damn, that’s pretty steep. Climbed it like an ancient drunken rabbit God! Proud of him! 😀
    http://lordsofthedrinks.com/2015/05/13/the-aztec-myth-of-the-400-drunken-rabbit-gods-explains-all-levels-of-intoxication/
    Cheers,
    Micky

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