Disney guests disturbed by unexpectedly headless singing Ursula


Park-goers attending Disney's California Adventure on Sunday were given a scare when an animatronic villain literally lost its head on one of the rides.

Footage posted online shows the headless figure singing the classic song from the movie, Poor Unfortunate Souls, with cables sticking out of her neck.

The voice in the clip saying "It's broken" belonged to her 8-year-old brother, who she said was laughing about it, but other children cried.

A lucky, unnamed witness told the site "Employees looked very concerned".

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Children and adults riding Ariel's Undersea Adventure were caught off guard when Ursula's head fell off. "Many people had seen Ursula decapitated, including kids who understandably were upset".

It's unclear what caused the animatronic to lose its head.

Disney's The Headless Horseman was unavailable for comment.

Visitors who saw the damaged animatron-this time in Paris not California-wrote on social media that the character, wearing a pirate's hat and a red bandanna, continued moving its face even though it had fallen off.