Sleazy tourists groped actors portraying Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck at Walt Disney World, police reports claim.
A 36 year-old performer who works inside Minnie’s costume said a 61 year-old man from Brewster, Minnesota, groped her chest three times on December 4.
Shockingly, the unnamed creep is said to have pounced while posing for a photo alongside his wife at Disney’s huge theme resort in Orlando, Florida.
The actress decided against filing charges, with Disney security staff discovering the same man was accused of inappropriate conduct towards another worker earlier that day.
Meanwhile, a woman in her 60s is said to have acted like a sex pest towards an 18 year-old woman in a Donald Duck costume on December 3.
She began asking for a kiss from the raspy-voiced cartoon bird, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
The woman is then said to have fondled Donald’s arms, chest, belly and face.
That prompted the disturbed teenager inside the costume to seek help from a fellow worker – only for the alleged pest to chase after her, it is claimed.
The woman is said to have ‘frantically’ put her hands inside Donald’s costume and touched the woman’s chest.
Her ordeal only ended when the woman’s family members shouted at her to stop.
The actress playing Donald also decided not to press charges, after fearing the woman may have been suffering from dementia.
Another Disney cast member, a 36 year-old woman who plays Mickey Mouse, said she suffered a non-sexual attack after a woman whacked the head of her costume five times.
She said the impact ended up straining her neck.
That employee did take police action, with a sheriff later ruling the incident a civil matter.
Boone Scheer, whose mom is said to have patted Mickey, told the Sentinel he had no idea the actress had been injured.
Scheer said his mother had only tapped Mickey to show their nervous two year-old grandson that there was nothing to be scared of.
A Walt Disney World spokesman said: ‘Everyone should feel safe at work, and we encourage cast members to come forward in any uncomfortable situation.
‘We provide multiple resources to protect our cast members’ well-being, including on-site law enforcement officers who respond, and are available to them, if needed.’