Snow White's arm hilariously 'stolen' by Dopey in apparent Magic Kingdom ride mishap at Walt Disney World

A glitch at the Happiest Place on Earth?

Magic Kingdom is known for its happy and, well, magical, atmosphere, but a recent viral video from one if its popular rides has left guests scratching their heads. 

Kira Haas was onboard the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train on Tuesday afternoon. After a series of ups and downs and a trip through the diamond mine, she was greeted by what should have been a reenactment of the iconic dance scene from the classic Disney movie.

Haas told FOX 35 News she was at Walt Disney World to celebrate the 28th birthday of her friend, Evan, and pulled out her phone while on the ride to take a selfie, when the hilarious incident happened. 

"Immediately, we noticed that something was not quite right and Snow White's arm was not attached to her body and, um, having my phone out at the right opportune moment, I was like, ‘Yes!’" she told FOX 35. 

Snow White's missing arm was found in the hand of Dopey as they danced around to "The Silly Song." 


Photo: Kira Haas

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"Rip Snow White’s arm," Haas captioned the video on TikTok, which has received over 300,000 views since it was posted on Tuesday. 

"It's been really fun to see that people are having the same reaction that I had, which was, ‘This is hysterical,’" Haas said.  

The iconic Yodel Song serves as the backdrop for the off-putting scene that unfolded at the end of the ride as guests approached the loading and unloading dock. 

"The music is killing me," one user commented on TikTok. 

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While other users in the comments ripped Disney apart for what happened, Haas came to their defense, saying the animatronics used in this ride were not necessarily new. 

According to Walt Disney World, some of the characters in the scene in question were moved over from the Snow White's Scary Adventures attraction, which was shut down in 2012. 

Haas said she notified Cast Members of the mishap and the ride was closed for repair shortly after. 

FOX 35 has reached out to Walt Disney World for more details.