Walt Disney World has banned Dion Cini from its grounds (yet again) for flying pro-Trump banners in the park.
What are the details?
Cini was visiting Disney World earlier this month when he pulled out a banner that read "Trump 2020."
More impressive, perhaps, is that Cini pulled out the banner while riding roller coaster/flume Splash Mountain. The perfect shot of Cini holding up the banner and grinning was caught on the ride's "Smile!" camera.
When Cini went to pick up the photo, a note from the Orange County Sheriff's Office was attached, advising Cini that he had trespassed at the park, and explained that his conduct was not welcome inside the gates.
Cini said that after the photo was snapped, he was escorted off the property, and is now banned from all Disney World properties, according to WOFL-TV.
The station reported that Cini did not feel he was inciting any crowds and he disputed Disney's decision to remove him from the premises once again.
He added, however, that he's not about to break the law, so he will not return to the park.
Disney World banned Cini in September, but permitted him to return if he promised not to tote divisive flags in an effort to incite crowds.
According to the outlet, Cini was banned from the Disney property after waving a similar "Trump 2020" banner over the park's Main Street Train Station.
"I like to call it 'guerilla marketing,'" Cini told the station in September. "The media is the best friend to Trump, I believe."