Walt Disney World changes hand gesture in ride attraction

Additional fingers digitally added to Steven Tyler's hand


LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – The next time you ride Rock n' Roller Coaster at the Walt Disney World resort, it'll be a little bit more politically correct.

Or not.

Who knows.

For 17 years, Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler has fronted a pre-show for the Disney's Hollywood Studios attraction in which he bonds with the audience and invites them to the group's concert.

To get to the concert, park visitors ride in special cars that zip you around the sights and sounds of Los Angeles.

However, BehindTheThrills.com reports that after all this time, one visitor was upset with a hand gesture Tyler makes near the end of the video.

Tyler says, "Wait a minute, I love that idea." while holding three fingers over his head.

Not anymore.

Disney officials have digitally added more, uh... digits to Tyler's hand in the pre-show video.

So now, after almost two decades, it is safe to ride Rock n' Roller Coaster at work.