http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=u0qtqsUAXBQ# Watch this video and I'd imagine you'll be pretty shocked. I've always heard that there is 'high speed' type security around every corner and that there is NOTHING to worry about at the magic kingdom. But then you watch this and it is not quite the case. The security guard is completely useless in subduing and maintaining control over the drunken neanderthal. He obviously has very little or no training in ANY type of defensive tactics, and the crowd ends up saving his butt. I'd also bet that Disney has some pansy policy against their 'security guards' putting hands on someone, but this guy needed it long before he got it (and he still didn't "get it" from Disney people, but from other guests). I realize that this was a relatively minor incident and shouldn't have warranted a 'red alert', but if a simple combative drunk gives them this much problem, it makes me wonder how well prepared they really are. My family and I were there back in December and one of the guards freaked when she saw the pocket clip of my knife hanging outside of pocket. I told her that I was a LEO and she didn't need to over react. Then her and another security guard escorted me to the lock boxes to secure my knife. The other guard asked if I had a gun since I was a LEO... I told him no and he completely bought it even though I had my pocket gun right there in my pocket. After seeing the total lack of competence on the part of their folks in this video, I will most certainly continue taking my own measures to protect my family when I visit there in the future. I'd like to think this probably isn't the norm, but I didn't see any of their (visible) security types that would have remotely made me feel "safe" if some trouble had kicked off.