While working as an area supervisor for a major amusement park, we were given the radio call for imminent bad weather wherein, we began to close rides, etc.
Next thing we see is a TORNADO coming down and heading toward the park. My colleagues and I begin gathering up guests to take them to the designated shelters and explain procedures for staying safe should the tornado actually hit us.
Several guests refused shelter to take pictures (fine, you chase storms, I'm going to save my own backside now). Several others refused to take shelter because they were convinced that the park was MAKING THE TORNADO for their entertainment!!
I seriously heard someone say this: "Oh, we don't have to worry, [guest name]. It's not real, we're at [park name]! Let's watch it!"
Ooooookay then. Shelter is over there and I'm outta here.
Note: I did try to explain to them that it was indeed real and tried my hardest to get them into the shelter but just got laughed off as they pointed and laughed at their potential impending doom.
The tornado died after touching down a mile away, thank God.