Woman Suing Walt Disney World for $50K Over 'Injurious Wedgie' on Typhoon Lagoon Water Slide

The woman visited the Disney-themed water park in October 2019

<p>Alamy</p> Typhoon Lagoon water park in Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida,


Typhoon Lagoon water park in Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida,

A woman has filed a lawsuit against Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, claiming that she reportedly suffered an "injurious wedgie" while riding an attraction at the theme park destination's Typhoon Lagoon water park years ago.

According to the complaint obtained by PEOPLE, the lawsuit was filed on Wednesday in Orange County, Florida, by Emma and Edward McGuinness. The couple is seeking $50,000 in damages after Emma, 33, allegedly suffered injuries during the couple’s visit to the water park in October 2019.

Emma alleges that her injuries occurred on Humunga Kowabunga, a slide that is approximately 214 feet above a pool.

"The impact of The Slide and [Emma's] impact into the standing water at the bottom of The Slide caused Ms. McGuinness' clothing to be painfully forced between her legs and for water to be violently forced inside her," says the complaint. “She experienced immediate and severe pain internally and, as she stood up, blood began rushing from between her legs.”

“She was transported to a local hospital by ambulance for medical care and treatment, and eventually transported to another hospital for the repair of her gynecologic injuries by a specialist," the complaint continues.

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Alan Wagner, the attorney who filed the suit, wrote in the filing that while Emma was aware there were risks that could occur while on the attraction, “The Slide carries with it specific risks about which Disney knew or, in the exercise of reasonable care, should have known.”

Wagner added, “These risks are not disclosed by Disney to its guests and were not disclosed to Ms. McGuinness.”

Due to the risks that they are claiming are considered unreasonable expectations for consumers to anticipate, Wagner and the McGuinness couple said, “The Slide was unsafe and unreasonably dangerous to Ms. McGuinness and other patrons because it failed to meet the expectations of a reasonable consumer, including Ms. McGuinness.”

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The Typhoon Lagoon water park first opened in 1989. In 1995, the Disney property added a second water park, Blizzard Beach.

A spokesperson for Walt Disney World did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

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