A guest at Walt Disney World claims she pushed the boundaries of the park’s dress code and discovered that a popular TikTok hack for a free shirt may no longer be an option.
Disney World has a dress code for a reason.
When a TikToker claimed she was confronted about her top in Orlando held together with a string, commentators pointed out that it makes sense that certain tops should be discouraged from being worn on rides that can reach speeds of 80 miles per hour. to achieve .
The situation is different from a dress code saga set in 2021, where a Six Flags employee reportedly asked a woman to leave about the length of her shorts.
TikTok user Nicole DeLosReyes (@nicole.delosreyes) 21-year-old recorded herself claiming that a Disney employee told her not to enter the park in the outfit she was wearing.
“Guys, it happened, I got a dress code at Disney,” DeLosReyes told the TikTok. “I was told to leave or get a shirt. So now we get a shirt.”
“On entry I was stopped and told they don’t allow a tie in the front,” DeLosReyes explained in a comment.
“I had to either leave and change or buy merchandising.”
Commenters were shocked that DeLosReyes was not offered a free Disney shirt, which has allegedly happened to other people who had dress codes in the park, as documented on TikTok.
“No free shirt???” one person asked.
“Wasn’t a problem,” DeLosReyes replied.
“I think they stopped because so many people [started] wearing inappropriate things to get a free shirt,” one commenter added.
“It became a trend.”
It’s not confirmed on Disney’s website whether park guests can get a free shirt if given a dress code and the dress code itself is a bit vague. If it was a policy, it has not been verified that “so many people” dress inappropriately “to get a free shirt” that Disney had to change how it treats guests with a dress code.
In a follow-up video, DeLosReyes said she wasn’t wearing the shirt on purpose — she just liked it.
“I like this shirt,” she said, holding the top in the video, “but not Disney. I had no problem with it — people have their opinions, people have policies.”
†[Your] top isn’t even that revealing,” one viewer wrote. “They know Ariel wears a shell bra, right?”
“IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TOP THAT’S DENIAL,” said someone else. “It’s about her safety.”
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