Spider-Man Stunt Goes Wrong At Disney California Adventure Park

Following the incident, the show was paused for a short period of time but was resumed on the same day.

A stunt performed by a Spider-Man robot went wrong at the Disney California Adventure Park in the United States.

A video posted on Instagram shows the Spider-Man robot taking a flight on a rope while swinging and doing flips. However, seconds later, the clip shows the landing did not go as planned.

The moment was recorded and uploaded to social media, where it quickly went viral. Many people thought it was a person and that a tragic accident had just occurred, while others wrote, “Dummy having a bad day.”

One user said, “Looks like Spidey needs to ask Dr Strange another favour.” Another jokingly added, “Imagine people who thought it was a real person.”

The Spider-Man robot took flight after being swung from a rope that simulates a spider web.

The android, however, crashed into a building, which according to source, the robot should have landed on.

Following the incident, the show was paused for a short period of time, but was resumed on the same day, the outlet reported.

The Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure Park reopened on June 4, 2021.