Workers at a Parisian amusement park went on strike to demand a salary increase of 200 euros, double pay on Sundays, and better working conditions.

The work stoppage led to the cancellation of various activities and shows, so the “cast members” apologized to the visitors and handed out brochures with the following message:

“We apologize for spoiling your ‘Magical Day’ at Disneyland Paris. We encourage you to go to City Hall to obtain a refund.”

They took over the Sleeping Beauty Castle, where they waved flags to demand a response.

Another strike was planned for this Tuesday, so the park issued a statement to inform that they would refund the money to those who had reserved and paid for park access, as they were unable to provide the services.

In the past few weeks, there have been a total of four protests.

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