A new video has surfaced showing the Disneyland White Rabbit from “Alice in Wonderland” roughing up a couple of young teenage sisters who pulled its tail. The person in the White Rabbit costume sounds like he lost it after the sisters claim he grabbed one of the girls by the arm and neck, according to the Daily Mail on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013.
The two sisters, who are in their early teens, pulled the White Rabbit’s tail, which wasn’t something they should have done. With that said, this is Disneyland with kids of all ages acting bad at times, isn't this a case where the character should have called security? Even if they’re misbehaving that’s still no excuse for laying your hands on the visitors to this fantasy land.
The father of the girls took this video and recently released it to the media. When the 14-year-old pulled the costumed character’s tail, she walked away, but the White Rabbit followed. This is when he grabbed her by the neck and arm, according to the girls.
When seeing the rabbit do this, the other sister yelled at the White Rabbit to let her sister go. According to the young lady the rabbit said to her, “Don't even start your s**t with me.” This is when the character turned to walk away and pushed the other sister out of the way.
Video: Check out the video of the White Rabbit acting badly here from YouTube or at the left side of this article.
While the video is muffled, you can see the actions of the White Rabbit around the girls and while you can’t see exactly who it is, the character does push someone out of the way at the end of this video. The White Rabbit is supposed to be the good character from “Alice in Wonderland,” what would have happened if they crossed the Mad Hatter?