For a short time a woman believed to be his girlfriend was also arrested. The arrested man lived in Paris being the joint manager of a brasserie in Paris’s 14th arrondissement. “Honestly, I’m taken aback. It’s a joke,” said the co-manager of the business. We are continuing to work closely with the authorities and the safety of our visitors and employees is our top priority,” a spokesman for Disneyland Paris, Francois Banon, said in a statement. Disneyland Paris is the most visited theme park in Europe, with 14.8 million visitors in 2015 The country is on high alert after November’s attacks. France imposed a three-month state of emergency after the November attacks, which President Francois Hollande hopes to extend for another three months despite fierce opposition from rights activists.