“Unacceptable” Behavior Leads to Neshaminy Mall Carnival Changes, Policies
Bensalem Police and Dreamland Amusements management have made changes to carnival hours and parental policies after a night of unacceptable activity on and around the Neshaminy Mall Carnival grounds, authorities said Saturday.
The changes are as follows: all juveniles under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian that is 21 years of age or older. No exceptions.
There will be an increase in Police presence and carnival security for the remainder of the time the carnival is in town.
A single entrance has been established and all guests ages 18 and older should be prepared to show valid identification (with picture and date of birth) such as a driver’s license, state identification card, military ID, passport or visa. Failure to comply may result in removal from the premises.
The carnival will now close at 10:00 pm every night of the week.
Bensalem Police will have a zero tolerance policy as is relates to criminal actintalvity of juveniles and adults who attend this years carnival. These changes have been made so that everyone who attends this years carnival can have a good time and enjoy themselves.
The carnival runs until Sunday May 21.