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Woman says she was embarassed at Lagoon

FARMINGTON (ABC 4 News) - It's already closed for the season, but Lagoon is answering questions about it's roller coasters and who can ride them.
FARMINGTON (ABC 4 News) - It's already closed for the season, but Lagoon is answering questions about it's roller coasters and who can ride them.

A West Valley City woman is upset with the theme park over how she says it handles its larger customers.

The woman says she was so embarassed she had to leave the park after some employees told her she was too big to ride one of the roller coasters.

Lagoon says the ride does have a sign posted, stating "due to the design of the seating device on this ride, exceptionally large people may not be able to ride."

The woman would like to see weight restrictions posted, but Lagoon says that just wouldn't work.

Lagoon did give the woman her money back but they say they have plenty of rides that can accomodate heavier customers.
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