Teen Sneaks Onto Roller Coaster in China, Parents Order Ride to Stop

By Bridget O'Donnell, February 8, 2017

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Two parents allegedly ordered amusment park staff in Liuzhou, Guangxi to stop a roller coaster ride after their teenage daughter snuck on without permission.

Photos circulating online showed the cars suspended on their way to the top of a hill, as Happy Mountain Park staff climbed up to evacuate everyone on board. 

Teen girl sneaks onto roller coaster

It was later learned that the ride had been forced to stop after concerned parents learned their 14-year-old daughter was on the coaster. (Ugh, parents can be sooooo embarrassing sometimes).

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The incident comes just days after a high-profile amusement park accident in Chongqing, where a 13-year-old girl was killed after being flung off a ride.

[Image via Netease]

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