Disney World DIGIT-ally Alters Steven Tyler's Sexual Hand Gesture In Aerosmith Ride! See What It Looks Like Now!
Walt Disney World has been taking the steps to make its parks more family friendly lately.
The theme park recently removed all animated alligators following the June incident when a young boy was fatally attacked by a gator in a Disney's resort — but Splash Mountain isn't the only ride that's getting tamed down!
Disney's Hollywood Studios just de-sexualized one of its oldest rides by digitally altering the pre-show video for Aerosmith's Rock ‘N' Roller Coaster!
Park frequenters may have noticed Steven Tyler used to make a peculiar hand gesture in the video that plays for the in-line riders — which could be mistaken for a "crude" thumb-to-ring-finger sexual gesture (seen above) commonly known as "the shocker".
Well, we guess enough people finally complained — because Disney digitally removed the gesture 17 years later!
Thanks to computer magic, the rock star's sexual gesture has now turned into a harmless open palm — and the result is much more PC: