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40514.7 #1 DL Qual #120 4-27-12 11:52AM
Theres a little boy who's lost his parents. Under the Toon Town bridge. Anybody missin anybody? CMs are on it
I love that you are trying to help this kid, and I'm sure with cms on it, he will be taken care of in no time. However, since there is no way to know for sure exactly who all us on this app, it's probably not a good idea to publicize when a child is lost. This happened to a friends kid at a retail store, and somebody who was not the parent heard the announcement and tried to claim the child. It was a huge mess. Not trying to undermine the nice thing you did in posting this, but you can't be too careful when it comes to kids. - LittleAprilShowers   588.9 #404 4-27-12 12:55PM Like(9)  Reply
When they return a child they ask very specific questions. I don't think that would be an issue. Now if she gave a full description, that could be a problem. - Minnis2Society  382.4 #683 4-27-12 1:01PM
That is the most terrifying thing I've ever heard. - PirateQueenBriezy  347.9 #784 4-27-12 1:01PM
I work in retail and we call it code Adam. If someone comes for the kid we have to ask what shirt and shoes is the kid wearing. If they get it right then we know it's the parents. - Waites4DodgerEars_CM  1002.5 #231 4-27-12 1:04PM
The man who tried to take my friends girl was a friend of her fathers (they were in a custody battle). It was a huge mess. Some kids are too young or traumatized from being lost to know what to say. With Disney, I'm sure everything will be handled with the utmost care. But creepers will creep and I'd gate to risk it. - LittleAprilShowers  588.9 #404 4-27-12 1:08PM
Even with code Adam type procedures, anyone could have seen the kid walking around and taken note of their clothing. Many retail stores no linfer use this method because of that. - LittleAprilShowers  588.9 #404 4-27-12 1:10PM
I hope I never lose my kid in that store, I can't even tell you what I'm wearing half the time without looking down... - cynDOLEwhip  1175.7 #186 4-27-12 1:12PM
I was thinking about that. My mom would never have been able to answer that question, she's so oblivious. LOL - LaneSparrow316  847.0 #267 4-27-12 2:11PM
Oh dear. I cannot always recall what Lil and Baby Churro wear :/ - misschurro  9901.6 #12 4-27-12 2:34PM
I'm sure the parents are very worried right now. - ScooterMike   1963.0 #102 4-27-12 11:55AM Like  Reply
Aww poor kid :( I'm starting to have flashbacks from when I got lost in Adventureland as a kid... - MissAlice   343.5 #796 4-27-12 11:57AM Like  Reply
Wow. What happened? - Melody_CM  40514.7 #1 4-27-12 12:16PM
Oh no, how scary! I hope that would never happen to me, id be terrified. - katiesarahmommy   296.1 #1072 4-27-12 12:49PM Like  Reply
Aww I hope he's ok . Poor little guy. Thank god for awesome cast members. - DisneyByMarco   1421.4 #151 4-27-12 12:51PM Like  Reply
Thanks for the discretion tip LAS! - Melody_CM   40514.7 #1 4-27-12 1:09PM Like  Reply
No problem. I wasn't trying to make you feel bad at all, it's just one of those things you don't think about until it happens to you or someone you love. Im sure this child is completely safe being watched by the mouse. - LittleAprilShowers  588.9 #404 4-27-12 1:16PM
I hope he is reunited with his parents soon. - MissyluvsDisneyland   362.0 #741 4-27-12 2:07PM Like  Reply
Uhhh we lost my cousin once when she was 3 at Disneyland. During the end of the parade. A dad picked her up and put her on his shoulders walking to city hall so he could be seen. It was terrifying! There were so many people and she was so little! - Minnis2Society   382.4 #683 4-27-12 2:29PM Like  Reply
I got lost when I was a child at DL. Scary. - Sharkgrrl19   302.3 #1035 4-27-12 2:43PM Like  Reply
I used to get lost at stores a lot as a little one. I'd be about 5 or 6 and I'd say to my mom (as she was browsing whatever items) "Now stay here! I'm going to go run and look at the toys! Stay here so I can find you. I'll only be a second!" and I'd run and literally scope the aisles for about a minute (just to get my toy fix). I'd run back and she'd have moved (of course) then she'd inevitably end up having the store page me to the check out stands. Then she'd be angry at ME for getting "lost" and "wandering off" 😉😂 - Aquata   292.3 #1102 4-27-12 2:48PM Like  Reply
Omg!! My mom did the same thing!!!! Haha - Penguinn_CM  188.2 #2315 4-27-12 2:52PM
Haha, we are one in the same. Except, I never did this as a child... started more around the age of 15 and I'd get angry because my mom never had her phone on her. "Mom, I'm going to go look at books/DVDs. Meet me there in 15?" "Sure, sure." 25 minutes later, I'm going up and down the aisles and can't find her. Then she calls "I'm at the car, where are you?" facepalm - KylaShea  632.7 #378 4-27-12 2:52PM
@KShea- Is it bad that my husband and I still undergo this routine almost weekly? 😂😂😂 - Aquata  292.3 #1102 4-27-12 2:57PM
I mean the one that you described there with your mother 😊 - Aquata  292.3 #1102 4-27-12 2:58PM
I tried more then once to get good and lost. I would hide in the middle of clothes racks when I was a wee child. Dang woman always found me though.:(
- EmperorsHandLelundrial   1098.8 #206 4-27-12 3:01PM Like  Reply
Lol. I did this too - arielchica  256.2 #1430 4-27-12 3:16PM