Chad Ochocinco invades Disney World

Wearing oversized Mickey Mouse gloves, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco catches a pass Jan. 23, 2010 in front of Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The NFL All Pro visited the theme park during the “Ocho Cinco Tour For Giving,” a philanthropic bus tour with stops at charity organizations in Cincinnati, Ohio, Atlanta and Orlando, Fl.

The three-day journey kicked off in Cincinnati, where 10 lucky fans were chosen to join the NFL star for the tour. Immediately prior to coming to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Ochocinco accompanied the group to downtown Orlando, Fla. where he and the fans performed volunteer service at the Orlando Union Rescue Mission.

Chad Ochocinco (right) takes a ride Jan. 23, 2010 aboard the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster at the Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. with fan John Ross (left) of Miami Beach, Fla. Ross was among 10 fans chosen to join the “Ocho Cinco Tour For Giving.” Immediately prior to bringing the 10 fans to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Ochocinco accompanied the group to downtown Orlando, Fla. where he and the fans performed volunteer service at the Orlando Union Rescue Mission.

(Photos courtesy Disney. Todd Anderson, photographer)

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3 Responses to Chad Ochocinco invades Disney World

  1. Fan of Chad Ochocinco? He brought kids from his non-profit group to Walt Disney World this week – http://bit.ly/98NYKF very cool

  2. Bill says:

    His antics make me LOL! He drove to the last playoff game in a custom semi-sized truck. Glad he’s speading it around!

  3. BK31 says:

    I was wondering who that was with the mini paparazzi following him around when we were there…

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