This is the bizarre moment Mickey Mouse made a teenage fan faint in shock after giving her a kiss at Disneyland.
The viral video, which has attracted 2.65 million views on social media, shows a Disney worker dressed in a Mickey Mouse costume giving a teenage girl more than she had bargained for at Tokyo Disney Resort in the city of Urayasu.
The incident, which was caught on camera by an eyewitnesss, shows the moment the young fan, named only as Arisu, fainted in disbelief after her unexpected encounter with the world’s most famous mouse.
The Disney worker dressed in a Mickey Mouse costume first gives the teenage fan a kiss on the hand before drawing her in for a long kiss on the lips at the Disneyland resort in the city of Urayasu, Tokyo
The teenager, named only as Arisu, faints in shock after her unexpected encounter with the world’s most famous mouse during the viral video
During the footage, Mickey is seen getting down on one knee in front of the teenage girl and giving her a gentlemanly kiss on the hand.
But as he stands to give her a hug he almost instantly draws her in for what feels like an embarrassingly long kiss.
He then lets go of the girl’s hands and is spotted turning away when she appears to faint and fall over backwards.
Clearly alarmed, the Mickey Mouse character frantically waves his hands in the air as if to deny any fault before looking directly into the camera to proclaim his innocence.
As the teenage girl falls to the ground the Mickey Mouse character waves his hands to the crowd to plead his innocence
The young girl manages to get to her feet soon after her apparent loss of consciousness. She later said on social media: ‘My brain could not catch up with the series of things I did not expect’
Tokyo Disney Resort is a theme park located in the city of Urayasu, in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture
Arisu, who was captured in the video wearing Mickey Mouse ears and a Mickey Mouse bag around her neck, soon managed to get to her feet.
However the shaken fan later said on social media she had been left speechless by what she described as the ‘long, long, long kiss’.
Arisu said she considered Mickey Mouse to ‘no longer a gentleman’ and added: ‘My brain could not catch up with the series of things I did not expect.’