A woman lost control of her bladder on a ‘terrifying’ horror maze, ‘CornEvil’ which is strictly restricted to people 16 years and over at Spookers Haunted Attraction Scream Park in New Zealand.
As if that wasn't bad enough, she was mortified to discover another shocker -- the ride used her as a promotional photo, reports AsianTown.
A photo of a woman leaving the attraction with an embarrassing wet patch has been used on the amusement park’s Facebook page, accompanied with the slogan ‘P*** your pants scary!’
The post has attracted more than 1000 likes and the woman involved says she has been completely humiliated, even though her face is not shown in the photo.
The newly updated maze is only open after dark and uses actors who chase the ‘victims’ with chainsaws.
The woman, who did not wish to reveal her identity, complained to the media about her embarrassing moment being showcased so publically, explaining that family and friends have mocked her after recognising her by her clothing.
She demanded that the photo be taken by Spookers, according to the New Zealand Herald.
Spookers management claims on average five people wet themselves every evening.
However, a friend who was there on the night insists that the woman involved wet herself as she couldn’t stop laughing, not out of terror.
When reached for comment, the Scream Park explained that they were puzzled why they had not been approached by the woman making the complaints.
Furthermore, at the time of the interview they had been unable to locate her.
"You can't tell who it is and we don't even know because she hasn't contacted us," they said.
Spookers managing director Julie Watson was perplexed as to why the woman involved spoke to the media and never contacted the amusement park directly.
"We've heard nothing from the woman, nothing from her friends, nothing from her family.
"We've had that photo up on our page for about a week and half now.
’'(If she had contacted us) we'd take it down straight away, that's not a problem at all.
"If she had been so upset about it, then why haven't they contacted us?"
She also pointed out that visitors have ample warning that photos will be taken and the company reserve the right to publish the images as they wish.
"We do have a sign saying we take photos for promotional reasons but if people call us we remove the photos from Facebook immediately.
"The photo doesn’t appear in full (revealing the woman’s identity) anywhere on the Internet."
The managing director insists that people wet themselves so frequently at the ‘scream park’ that they have often used the slogan ‘p*** your pants scary’ in promotional campaigns and on bumper stickers.