We hug them, we kiss them, we put our children in their arms. Who are the strange people in the furry costumes at Disney World, and are they pervs? After Donald Duck grabbed her boob, a 27-year-old is suing Disney.
The Smoking Gun reports that April Magolon is seeking in excess of $50,000 for negligence, battery, and emotional distress after Donald Duck allegedly grappled her breast with a white-gloved hand, then "made gestures making a joke indicating he had done something wrong." (I'm guessing this means a "Who me?" shrug, but a creepy a hand-to-mouth giggle, thumbs up, or jazz hands would also work.)
Now April has post-traumatic stress disorder, claims her lawyer, and needs tens of thousands of dollars for treatment. The legal papers include a helpful list of other Disney character transgressions, like the time Tigger molested a 13-year-old girl. In other news, a guy just wrote a memoir about dealing drugs while costumed as Winnie the Pooh at Epcot, and how his co-workers were furries who liked to have kinky sex in their costumes. (And he's not the first Disney character to dish: a former Disneyland Pluto wrote a play a few years back about much the same stuff.)