A woman has shared her embarrassment after being pulled over by “Disney police” and “dressed up” for her outfit – given a coupon to buy a new top to cover it up
Image: fkeys / TikTok)
Disney World is known as the “happiest place on earth,” but with all that fun comes some strict rules to follow.
One of these rules revolves around the dress code and what you wear to visit the theme park.
Several people have recently gone viral online after claiming they were stopped entering the park’s Magic Kingdom area and asked to cover up.
Recently, a young woman from the US named Felicia took to TikTok to share her experience of the “dress code” imposed by Disney World employees.
post under the name @fkeys, She filmed a look at her outfit, which got her into “trouble”.
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Felicia showed how she dressed in a brown crop top that tied at the front.
She explained that she was wary of “showing too much skin,” so she wore a denim jacket to cover up a little more.
However, her outfit was still considered inappropriate by employees, whom she dubbed “the Disney police force”.
“Today I’m wearing a short-sleeved shirt and this denim jacket over it.
“It’s not that bad, not that bad at all, but I was stopped walking in and given a free t-shirt.”
She continued: “I’m really embarrassed. I literally wear a denim jacket over the shirt because I didn’t want to show too much skin.
“Got pulled over by Disney police.”
Felicia then showed a coupon she was given to one of the stores in the park to buy a t-shirt to wear instead.
The clip has since been viewed over 400,000 times and received hundreds of replies.
Felicia later commented on the clip, saying: “This happened over a month ago but I’m still embarrassed that it happened.
“I had the jacket on and I was stopped anyway because the worker saw the tie and I saw a lot more people wearing tops that showed a lot more skin so I guess it depends who you go to when you enter the park.”
She added that Disney workers had mixed reactions to her top, with some saying it was “dresscoded” over the front tie, and others thinking it was fine.
In the comments, some people highlighted that Disney World visitors took advantage of the dress code to claim freebies and warned people not to do so as it could result in being asked to leave in the future.
The Mirror has reached out to Walt Disney World for comment.
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