Did Leo DiCaprio Once Get Kicked Out Of A Disney Waterpark For Peeing All Over A Slide?

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06.09.16 2 Comments
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Long before Leonardo DiCaprio was winning Oscars for fighting bears (and being rumored to have been sexually assaulted by one), he was an A-List celebrity who just loved to party. In 1998, Nancy Jo Sales chronicled the exploits of Leo and his “P*ssy Posse” for New York Magazine, and while the star has definitely chilled out since then (he won’t even go near the Kardashians), his past just keeps on catching up with him. Today, it’s a pretty believable story about how — during the height of his “posse” days — DiCaprio was escorted out of a Disney waterpark after peeing down a slide.

Before we get into the wet and wild details, here’s something you should know: While what you’re about to read is specific enough that it sounds like it totally happened, it’s also a story being told years later by someone who claims to have been a lifeguard at one of Disney World’s poshest resorts between the years of 1998 and 2001. That’s why the word “allegedly” should definitely be applied to this tale of urine and MTV VJs (remember those?). For what it’s worth, though, we’re totally hoping it’s true.

So here’s what’s up: Earlier today, someone purporting to be a former Disney lifeguard posted a collection of stories about their experiences working there to Imgur. While all the stories are pretty entertaining — apparently Nick Carter got into a whole lot of trouble for sneaking away to pool it up when he should have been with the other Backstreet Boys — the real confessions came out after the post hit the front page. Promising users stories of terrible celebrities if the post hit over 100 points, royrogersdoublerbarburger delivered, calling out Joe Perry and Ian Ziering as some of the worst celebrity guests to have splashed in the park’s pool. But while no one was worse than Ziering, apparently, Leo may have just been the messiest guest around.

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