What exactly are “unique body proportions?” Someone with a three-foot-long neck?
A well-endowed woman who’s off the charts at Victoria’s Secret? Someone whose rear-end is shaped like an octagon (not compatible with rectangle seats)?
Of course, this language came out of the Six Flags legal department. But they’re not sparing any feelings with the euphemism for obese.
How about replacing these signs with three words:
WEIGHT LIMIT: (BLANK) LBS
Most people are smart enough to avoid situations that will put them (and others) in peril. And cutting straight to the chase will prevent a lot of headaches and embarrassment. Luckily, I’ve never been “unique” enough to get kicked off a ride, but I’m very careful not to sit on dollhouse furniture.
Here’s how Hershey Park handles the same diplomatic situation:
(Also see: UNEXPECTED DANGERS at an amusement park near you….)