Artist Concept of the new Auction Scene on the Pirates of The Caribbean Rides WorldwideDisneyland’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride is updating it’s look and getting rid of the “Wench Auction” that used to depict a set of women tied up awaiting auction to a band of dirty drunken pirates . The men were anxious to get to the buxom red head but first had to wait until the auction for the “portly lass” to finish. The auctioneer would encourage her to show off “her larboard side.” The banner that now says “Auction, take a wench for a bride” will be changed to “Auction, Surrender yer loot,” and the “Red Head” on the auction block will herself become a pirate.

The pirates still chase the wenches Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland, but starting in 1997, it was changed to chasing women with food and wine, instead of just the women. (File photo by: Bruce Chambers, Orange County Register/SCNG)Disneyland spokeswoman Suzi Brown says Friday the changes will be made at the Paris park in July and at the Anaheim, California, and Florida parks next year.

The change is the most recent of several updates to the ride to match modern sensibilities, including one where a scene was altered to have pirates chasing a woman’s food instead of the woman.

Also coming to the Disneyland Ride are a likenesses of Capt. Barbossa, Geoffrey Rush.  At the Disneyland Paris Capt. Barbossa will be featured in a unique scene with his skeleton crew, and the ghosts of Davy Jones and Blackbeard will warn that “dead men DO tell tales!”