Thursday, March 22, 2007

Carlos Mencia Ejected From Magic Kingdom

Carlos Mencia, host of the Comedy Central show Mind of Mencia, was forcibly ejected from Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom yesterday by Disney Security. A press release issued by the Walt Disney Company confirmed that the beleaguered comedian was removed from the park for trespassing and conduct unbecoming a Disney Guest.

According to the statement, Mencia was present at the Magic Kingdom entrance around 6am, and upon official park opening, entered the queue for the park’s new
Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor Comedy Club. During the first performance, Mencia was verbally warned several times not to videotape the show, but chose to ignore the requests, leading to him being escorted from the attraction.

Mencia then allegedly gained entrance to the attraction again, disguising himself with a Goofy hat and a pair of oversized novelty sunglasses. ARN&R spoke to several Disney guests present during the incident, and gained some details of Mencia’s bizarre behavior.

“The pre-show was pretty neat, especially when they ask people to text in jokes that the monsters can use in their act,” said Ray Goering of Independence, Kentucky. “I noticed that that Mencia guy was moving around the room and peering over people’s shoulders to see what they were texting. He would do that, scribble something on a napkin, and then move on to someone else. And he kept talking to himself, saying something like ‘That’s gold, that’s gold.’ The guy was really creeping me out.”

After several complaints from guests, Disney Security once again escorted Mencia out of the theatre, and warned him further attempts to gain entrance to the attraction would result in his ejection from the park. Approximately a half-hour later, Security was summoned again, and found Mencia at the attraction’s exit, pressing an audio recording device up to a crack in the doorway. Mencia was then ejected from the park.

Unconfirmed reports stated that later that day, Mencia exhibited similar behavior at Epcot’s Honey, I Shrunk The Audience and the Animal Kingdom’s Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends. In both cases, Mencia fled before Disney Security could intervene.

Representatives for Mencia and Comedy Central refused to comment, saying only that Mencia is on an extended vacation in Branson, Missouri, where he plans to attend scores of performances at the Yakov Smirnoff Theatre.



  1. Anonymous3:36 PM

    It's funny you don't get it ha ha ha.

  2. I actually think this could be the funniest article ARNR has had since the departure of current Boycott member JCK. While it's not exactly funny, it is so much better than anything else they've had that it seems hilarious. It's kind of like comparing the Boss at SFStL to being shot in the head repeatedly. Sure Boss sucks (sorry Funky), but compared to being shot multiple times it seems great.

    All that being said, however, I find it very hypocritical for ARNR to be make fun of ANYONE for stealing jokes from other people. Even this article that makes fun of Carlos Mencia for stealing people's jokes is a rip-off of Joe Rogan.


  3. Anonymous1:18 AM

    But does the article offend various marginalized groups in aweful, spiteful ways?


  4. Anonymous4:15 PM

    Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor....

    Anyone ELSE notice the "not-so-family-friendly" acronym? No? OK, must just have been me....nevermind.

  5. Anonymous8:13 PM

    You can't please everyone

  6. Do you consider Hispanic Americans to be a "marginalized group"? If so, I would say the article is very offensive. One of the typical stereotypes among the prejudiced is that Hispanics steal. ARNR is implying that since Carlos Mencia is Hispanic, he must therefore steal. Sounds pretty racist to me.

  7. Anonymous9:10 PM

    ^ There's some news!

  8. I noticed that no one argued the fact that ARNR stole this bit from Joe Rogan. You guys aren't giving up are you?

  9. Lazin around AA. Weathers breaking and ARN&R hasn't been top priority when your seeing 80 degrees for the first time in decades, LOL


  10. Anonymous6:05 PM

    Decades. Is that how long it's been? Seems like centuries ; )