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By  ChibiChibi_fml  |  34

What kind of haunted mansion are you working at? Every time I have worked at a haunted house or the like they have made it a point to tell us to scare people WITHOUT touching them. It avoids incidents like this one and keeps them from suing you for unwanted touches. I'm going to have to say YDI for this one because there are so many better ways to scare people.

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  YDI_S  |  15

YDI for crouching on the ground in the doorway at a haunted mansion. It's part of youe job there to scare the people passing by. A 12 year old girl walked by, you grabbed her leg, and she kicked you in the face. --------------------------------------------------- You had to go to the ER because you have a wimpy face.

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  Person000  |  15

you're not supposed to touch them but the good haunted houses do to make it extremely scary. I remember i was in a haunted house when I was like 10 or so a clown came around the corner with a clever knife and I accidentally punched his face.

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  Mehness  |  15

86 - Nah, you're just not supposed to touch them. Lawsuits and all that good stuff. Think of it this way: Are you allowed to walk up to smexy peoples and touch them either? No, you're not.

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  RedJester23  |  15

I do know some places where you must sign a waiver to allow the haunts to touch you.The only thing I don't understand is that those waivers that you have to sign requires you to be 16ish, depending on the place. But anyways, that really sucks for you OP, but just so you know, this is a authentic pedobear rejection moment.

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  Gen2105  |  15

Well... judging by your location: if you're working at Canada's Wonderland for Halloween Haunt, you aren't allowed to touch the people anyways... however, if you're at Fear Fest in Niagara, that's an entirely different story! I love it there though! I can get really scared!

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  stephanie0613  |  15

Every haunted hotel, house, trail etc. The people that scare aren't allowed to touch anybody just yell or whtever and chase you. Op YDI for grabbing her and 46, you're an idiot.

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  Dragons_corner  |  15

lol I went to a haunted trial and yes they touch people they were adults, family, and/or friends. Also that was the one where a girl was hunched over in her costume and had to fallow us. I noticed her and said "hi" the other found her when she ran into the car she was suppose to disappear behind.

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  macgirl21  |  15

thts not allowed, working at a haunted house/mansion/etc. your not allowed to touch anyone, an actually grabbing their leg would leave you open for a lawsuit

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  nygunns1  |  6

not really I was at a haunted house and someone jumped out and I punched him and knocked him out. I later learned it was someone in my grade lmao

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  chogle  |  9

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  Telinaa  |  9

So, because you weren't allowed to tough at your job, the OP shouldn't be allowed to touch at their job? Of course, I totally understand. Idiot. ;-;

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  keepmeonthedl  |  7

That's not always true. There's a haunted forest here where they grab your ankles. Don't assume it's not allowed everywhere just because the places you know of don't allow it.

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  DrAwesome  |  30

THANK you, I thought that no one would... Oh my goodness, AND your name is Action_Bastard? :O You must be an extreme hit with the ladies. Shin Chan FTW.

By  ChibiChibi_fml  |  34

What kind of haunted mansion are you working at? Every time I have worked at a haunted house or the like they have made it a point to tell us to scare people WITHOUT touching them. It avoids incidents like this one and keeps them from suing you for unwanted touches. I'm going to have to say YDI for this one because there are so many better ways to scare people.

By  marinus_fml  |  38

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