A Disney World fan filmed a woman jumping on and off an Epcot ride to steal a cucumber

The monorail in Disney World rides past Spaceship Earth at Epcot.
Living with the Land is a boat ride located within Disney World’s Epcot park. Orlando Sentinel/Getty Images
  • A woman was filmed jumping off the Epcot ride Living with the Land and stealing a cucumber.
  • Another person who was riding the same boat said he didn’t see Disney security get involved.
  • The person who first posted the video seemingly deleted their TikTok account afterwards.
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A video taken at Disney World this weekend shows a woman jumping on and off a ride at Epcot to steal a cucumber.

Instagram user @alex64gaming reposted a TikTok video on Sunday, which shows a woman jumping off a moving boat within the Living with the Land attraction – which gives a behind-the-scenes look at Disney World’s greenhousesaround 8:30 p.m. She’s then seen grabbing a cucumber off of a vine before trying to hop back into the vehicle.

The woman stumbles and fails to get back on the boat, as seen in the video, leading another parkgoer to step off and try to help her. People are heard saying “Martha!” in the background.

The person who first posted the video to TikTok, @marthalorena, has seemingly deleted the video and their TikTok account. It’s unclear if that user is the same Martha who is seen in the video.

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When the Disney website WDW News Today shared an article about the incident on Twitter, one person responded and said they were sitting on the same boat as the woman in the video.

“I had the luxury of sitting behind these morons,” Twitter user Mark Avis wrote, alongside another video of the woman jumping off the attraction. “They actually jumped off the boat 4 different times during the ride.”

-Mark Avis (@bizmark23) June 21, 2021

Avis said in a follow-up tweet that he believes Disney employees were watching the incident unfold, because when the parkgoers “felt the need to reach over and grab the sand” seen in the attraction, an audio recording was played on an overheard speaker that reminded everyone to “keep their hands and arms inside the boat.”

-Mark Avis (@bizmark23) June 21, 2021

Still, Avis said he didn’t see Disney security approach the unruly parkgoers.

-Mark Avis (@bizmark23) June 21, 2021

Representatives for Disney World, @alex64gaming, and Mark Avis did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment. The original TikTok user @marthalorena could not be reached for comment.