Not yet, but this was presented to us as if it were a new rule. And I have been refused on the carrousel in the past for the same reason, so it seems within reason to expect we would.
You know I never though of that, but now you say it, it seems obvious! No staff member is going to allow a bunch of yobs on a ride with small kids, so maybe it would encourage families with small children to visit the park again for the smaller rides (e.g Rapids, Loggers) because the teenagers are not around.Nic said:A lot of this seems to come down to how dodgy/sensible you look. I've previously watched teenagers/chavs be turned away from the Carousel and Miss Hippo's, whilst me and the people I'm with have been allowed on.
Nah, most Mack Flumes have the minimum 1.2m restriction now, even Europa's... I believe the majority do run with that restriction, bound to be some that don't for whatever reason (see also, Huss Pirate Ships)...Hurri said:Funny how Mack 'forced' Merlin to change their height restrictions, yet other similar or identical Mack rides around the world still operate with the old restrictions. I think it was just Merlin covering their arse.
Um, they already have started putting restraints on Rapids - its fairly common in the US and I wanna say Walibi Belgium's has them? Regardless, fair few in the US.Mark said:Some people clearly don't realise that their are metal bars under the water line they could have easily tripped on. Idiots. I kid you not, it wont be long before they start putting some kind of restraint system on rapids.