DISNEY are now selling Star Wars cutlery as souvenirs – reportedly because guests won’t stop stealing them.
The metal sporks (a cross between a spoon and a fork) were first introduced to the parks when the hotly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land opened at Disneyland in California.
Disney commissioned the sporks for Docking Bay 7, the main restaurant in the land, where guests can use them to eat.
But the utensils soon started disappearing from the park according to Delish.
Shortly after, the sporks started appearing on ebay, with people selling them on for profits.
When Sun Online Travel checked, several were available, with one selling as much as $49.89 (£38.37).
Guests who stole the sporks were also reportedly boasting about their loot on social media.
It didn’t take long for Disney to remove the utensils from service according to Disney Food Blog – but now they’re back and are being sold as souvenirs.
Fans can still get the sporks at Docking Bay 7, where they’re being sold for $10.99 (£8.39) each.
They are available on the food menu, so you can order them at the same time as your meal, and they come in a bag that says spork in Aurebesh.
And in an attempt to limit the number of people who buy them and then sell them on, Disney are only letting fans buy one per meal.
The Sun were among the first to visit the new Star Wars attraction when it opened last year.
We also went back when its second major ride, Rise of the Resistance, opened in Florida.
When the attraction first opened, fans were waiting overnight to be one of the first to get on the ride.
Sun Online Travel has contacted Disney for comment.