This Story About Chris Hemsworth Sneaking His Daughter Onto A Roller-Coaster Proves Why Height Restrictions Matter

    Chris had to save his daughter from FALLING OUT OF HER SEAT after he used bars of chocolate to sneak her onto a roller-coaster.

    Oh, Chris Hemsworth.

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    For once, I'm not saying that in an "oh, Chris Hemsworth ;)" kinda way. No, this is more of an "oh, Chris Hemsworth what have you done" type of thing. Allow me to explain...

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    So, what with Avengers: Endgame coming to shake the table in a matter of weeks, the cast members have been doing their promotional duties, which include doing their damned best to not reveal any spoilers during interviews.

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    I'm not saying this is the reason Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland were not involved in the recent Jimmy Kimmel interview, but I'm not not saying it either. Sorry, lads.

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    Anyway, as a distraction from revealing who's not going to make it to the finish line in Endgame (Captain America, I'm looking at you), Chris Hemsworth decided to tell a little story about a trip he took to Disneyland with his family a while ago that nearly ended in a disaster.

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    It all started when Chris tried to take his daughter, India, on what was then called the Tower of Terror ride. Unfortunately for India, she wasn't quite tall enough to get on.

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    Undeterred by rules and regulations set in place to make sure everybody is safe, Chris leaped into action. "She was really upset, and I was like, 'Nah, forget this, come here'. So I grabbed a couple of Snickers bars and things and slammed them in the back of her shoe under her heel."

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    Excuse me while I take a second to think about how it must feel to walk on a Snickers bar.

    And it worked!

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    Cut to Scarlett Johansson, who had every right to be horrified, as Chris continued: "It gets worse."

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    "So, we're sitting in the chair and this thing is, I dunno, hundreds of feet high and whatever," he said. "We're at the top and I'm looking at her and she's strapped in and the seat is massive on her."

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    Anybody else cringing behind their hands yet? Just me?

    Of course, the ride then dropped, and Chris learned the hard way why there are height restrictions in place — because you might FALL OUT OF YOUR SEAT, WHICH IS TOO BIG!

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    But never fear, Chris leaped straight into action just like the superhero he is, quickly grabbing his daughter and securing her in place with a firm hand.

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    This is an official petition to go on a roller-coaster with Chris Hemsworth and pretend to fall out so he has to secure me in place with a firm hand too.

    He finished: "So don't do that. She's fine, she's well. I'm her hero." You're our hero too, Chris!

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    You can watch the full interview with Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Downey Jr. here.

    Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

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