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Steven Tyler Is Upset That Disney World Changed His Shocker Hand Gesture

Well, this news took a shocking turn.

Earlier this week, Walt Disney World altered a hand gesture that Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler used in the pre-show for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster.

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If you’re curious, the hand gesture is the shocker. If you don’t know what it means, take a one way trip to the Urban Dictionary.

Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Although the ride’s pre-show film had been untouched since its opening 17 years ago, it looks the shocker is gone for good. If you want it back? Dream on.

I think the real story here is how it took 17 years for people to notice a sexual hand gesture at Walt Disney World of all places. Hmm, I wonder how long it will take Disney to get rid of this?

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Is it just me, or does Br’er Bear look like he’s trying to perform auto-fellatio?

Anyway, here’s a still of the shocker before it was edited out.

Steven Tyler performing the Shocker

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Well, Steven Tyler did not have so sweet an emotion as a response to being censored by the Mouse House.

Steven took to Facebook to vent over this perceived slight of hand. He also posted a photo along with it of himself performing a facial contortion that up until now I did not think was possible.

Oh, yeah, Steven? How exactly did Disney give you the middle finger?

Mickey Mouse waves.

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Newsflash: Mickey doesn’t have a middle finger (and probably cannot perform the shocker, now that I think about it).

Disney, don’t worry. If you send over a dozen scarves to the singer that should smooth things over with Tyler.

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Tim McGovern

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Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.
Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.

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