Walt Disney World (DIS) has a strict policy against guns in its parks, but it didn’t stop one woman from bringing a loaded firearm into Magic Kingdom.

Marcia Temple, 27, was arrested for bringing the loaded gun into Magic Kingdom after she hid the firearm in her purse and behind a planter as she proceeded through security metal detectors on Thursday, USA Today reported.

A hospital worker who was performing temperature checks at the Disney Ticket and Transportation Center spotted the woman and notified Disney Security of the incident, a redacted incident report obtained by the publication said.

Inside the purse was a 9 mm firearm that was loaded with ten rounds, including one in the chamber, which Orange County, Florida, Deputy Sheriff Nadia Engwall said in her report, was “readily accessible,” according to the news outlet.

“Our rules are clear. Weapons are not allowed at our resort,” Andrea Finger, a Disney spokeswoman, told the Orlando Sentinel.

Temple, who was arrested, does not have a concealed-weapons permit for Florida or Georgia, which is her home state, the news outlet said. She was charged with Carrying a Concealed Firearm and was prohibited from returning to all Walt Disney World Properties.

She was present with children at the time of the incident and claimed her 6-year-old son was watching the gun for her. Temple told the officer, “I had told my son to hold it for me and stand right here" while she went to get her brother to take the purse and gun back to the car,” the Orlando Sentinel said.

This is not the first time that a woman was arrested at Walt Disney World for violating its rules. In 2019, a 69-year-old grandmother was arrested after cannabidiol was found in her purse during a security check. She was placed under arrest for felony drug possession and was subjected to a strip search and drug-sniffing dogs while being processed as a narcotics felon.

The woman claimed her doctor had recommended the hemp oil for medical care. Disney’s policies prohibit bringing marijuana, and “marijuana enriched products” into the park. There was no mention of CBD oils.

The woman said she was “wrongfully arrested and taken into custody,” filing a civil lawsuit against The Walt Disney Company and Orange County Sherriff. She is seeking $6 million in compensatory damages and $12 million in punitive damages in addition to millions of dollars for her family.

Shares of Walt Disney were trading at $121.00 as of premarket open, down 54 cents or 0.44%.

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Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on Oct. 1, 2016. Getty Images