Aidan Lowe wrote:
The park probably want to keep it as quiet as possible, hence the lack of legal action. It doesn't reflect well at all and will only encourage further idiots, who may not be so good at climbing and balancing ...
One thing they can take from it is to step up their security of the premises as it was quite outrageous how they got into the park easily and managed far too much before being noticed.
Perhaps. But then again, it's pretty much impossible to stop people ever getting in without ridiculous investments. Plus, even then, people could just go to the park for a normal day and then hide somewhere for a couple of hours, coming out late at night.
As for security around the park, it looked to me as though they got into the park, got straight to Stealth quickly and climbed it fast. They were spotted fairly quickly, but (as I understand it) by the time anyone got to Stealth they had got to the top and were on their way down. Short of having a security guard on virtually every ride, I can't see how they could have stopped this happening. They had plenty of security considering nothing happens on 99% of nights. There just coincidentally wasn't anyone at Stealth at the time.
An example of getting "outrageously far" would be them getting up and down stealth, then running to Saw and getting halfway up that before being noticed.
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