Guests visiting Disneyland Paris were greeted by an unexpected mess Saturday morning after a protest set-up at the park’s Main Street's middle entrance left behind litter and hand-written signs.
The protest was organized by employees from Onet – an independent cleaning and logistics company that is employed by the park, WDNT reported. The Onet employees, who clean Disneyland Paris overnight, were reportedly speaking out against their company's management for alleged unfair pay and harsh working conditions.
Photos from the park show toilet paper and other debris littered across the Disneyland Hotel and Main Street middle entrance area, which was eventually closed off to guests.
Onet employees also posted signs complaining about the treatment of their employees throughout the blocked-off area.
This is not the first time Onet has protested at Disneyland Paris park over pay and conditions, a spokesperson for Disneyland Paris confirmed to Fox News.
Guests were still able to gain access to Disneyland Paris over the weekend.