NEXT time you are heading to the Disney parks, you may want to read up on the rules.

There is a very easy way you could get banned from the theme park – and a celeb found this out the hard way.

Actress Rebel Wilson recently proposed to her partner at Disneyland in California.

However, she revealed that part of the proposal ended up seeing her banned from the park for 30 days.

She told The Daily Show: "I did get banned from Disneyland for 30 days because I took a photo inside a secret bathroom, which is illegal, at Disneyland."

This rule is in place for safety reasons.

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The park policy states: "Photography and video recording is not permitted in any restroom facility."

There are lots of secret bathrooms in Disney World, including one at Storybook Circus and one behind  Imagination Pavilion.

The secret bathroom that Rebel mentioned may have been the one at Club 33, an exclusive members club where membership is more than £20,000.

Disney World is also launching "VIPee" bathrooms which you can pay to use.

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Costing around $5 (£4) the fancy bathrooms will have no queues, as well as deodorant, toothpaste, snacks and sofas.

Here are the items that are banned from Disney parks.

This includes official character outfits for adults, as well as selfie sticks and folding chairs.

And there is also a Disney jail that has even locked up some famous faces.

Both Blake Lively and Robert Downey Junior admitted to being taken to the prison during a visit.

Blake said she was sent there when she was six years old and was banned for a year after they were caught sharing re-entry stamps on their hands.

And Robert Downey Jr also shared his story of going to Disney jail after smoking weed in the park.

Sonic Youth singer Kim Gordon was jailed for the same reason in the 1970s.

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