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News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

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  • News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

    Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Kong(Updated 01:53 p.m.)

    A former Disney worker climbed to the roof of the Hong Kong park's most popular attraction and threatened to slash his throat to protest his dismissal, a Disney spokeswoman and newspaper reports said Wednesday.

    The 48-year-old man, a former security guard at the theme park, climbed to the top of the building housing the Space Mountain roller coaster on Tuesday and remained there for two hours, Hong Kong Disneyland spokeswoman Esther Wong said.
    http://www.chinapost.com.tw/i_latestdetail.asp?id=31525
    :crazylegs


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    Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

    Hmmm. If only captain Mikey would attempt a similar thing.

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      Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

      What kind of security do they have at HKDL to allow this to happen??

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        Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

        No kidding, how does one get atop Space Mountain, especially without being noticed.
        On another note, its very possible this could have happened at any resort, but it seesm like China is having a hard time dealing with Disney and the way things go...

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          Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

          If I am not mistaken, this very same thing happened a few months ago when a construction worker tried to pull the same stunt to complaint about working conditions...

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            Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

            Pride and the value of life are viewed very differently in Asia. Japanese business men, for example, are famous for killing themselves in their offices if they are reprimanded for poor work or a project fails.
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              Re: News article: Former Disney employee threatens suicide atop Space Mountain in Hong Ko

              Yeah but I guess I just associate that kind of pride with Japan and not China...or maybe it seems that in Japan that suicide is not turned into a spectacle.

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