Tarzan's Treehouse Reopens At Disneyland After Dad Breaks Bridge

If you were at Disneyland on Sunday and wondered why Tarzan's Treehouse was closed... This is why!

A dad was trying to show his kids that a bridge at Disneyland was safe when a wooden slat broke out from under his feet.

The incident occurred around 5 p.m. on Sunday, at the theme park's Tarzan's Treehouse attraction. The unidentified man, whose children had reservations about crossing a shaky suspended footbridge three stories above the ground, attempted to show them it was safe by jumping up and down on it, park officials say.

Apparently, he jumped a little too hard, breaking one of the wooden slats...

While he was likely scared out of his wits, the man wasn't injured, Disney officials say. However, he did ruin the fun for thousands of other visitors, as Tarzan's Treehouse was shut down for the rest of the day.

It reopened Monday morning, according to a Disneyland rep.

Check out more details on the Los Angeles Times.

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