Disney merchandising, as everyone knows, is expensive.
But a TikToker appears to have been proven to be a gimmick that is rumored to award park goers a free t-shirt … by wearing an “inappropriate” blouse.
Alyssa Schueller documented her “stunt” during a visit to Epcot at Walt Disney World in Florida, in a video that has been viewed more than 5 million times.
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In it, Alyssa, wearing a black string top that reveals her belly, is escorted to a store by a park employee. A coupon is redeemed and the 22-year-old emerges with a smile, a peace sign and a new Walt Disney World team jersey.
“It’s true guys …” he captioned the video. “Being escorted to a free shirt because mine is ‘not appropriate'”.
Alyssa revealed that she had worn the same “inappropriate” shirt all morning at sister park Animal Kingdom, unopposed.
“FYI, I was in the animal kingdom ALL morning with no problems. I went to Epcot and this happened. I went back to AK and had no problems once again,” he wrote.
“If Disney wants to endorse a dress code, then they have to. But the inconsistency … please.”
As reported by DailyDot, Alyssa’s video appears to be a nod to an earlier one made by another TikToker in May:
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In that video, viewed more than 28 million times, Amanda DiMeo revealed that she had been presented with a coupon for a free shirt of her choice, after arriving on the doorstep of Magic Kingdom in Orlando wearing a blouse that showed “a little underneath. the breasts”.
In the comments under Alyssa’s video, people congratulated her on bringing Disney some free merchandise and noted that there was a lot more meat on view at any of the nearby Disney water parks.
According to the Disney park FAQ, guests must wear “appropriate clothing, including shoes and shirts … at all times,” according to Unilad.
“The parks are an informal, family-oriented environment. Ensuring that the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask that you use your discretion and common sense.”
It also reserves the right to “deny entry or remove from anyone wearing clothing that is deemed inappropriate or that may detract from the experience of other guests,” including “clothing that, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that can be seen as inappropriate for a family environment. “