Woman told to cover her crop top at Disney World, video viewed millions of times

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The dress code on the Disney Park website states that

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The dress code on the Disney Park website states that “appropriate attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times.”

A woman in the United States has been given a dress code at Disney World after a video of her experience has been viewed more than six million times on TikTok.

Under the username @toragrams, the short video (note: foul language warning) shows the black long-sleeved crop top she wore at the theme park in Florida, USA.

She said she was approached by a supervisor who told her what she was wearing was not appropriate for the park.

“The lady who scanned me just told me,” she said in the comments section.

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She received a voucher for a new yellow Disney t-shirt to wear instead. She admits in the caption, “I mean, I kind of agree with them watching this video.”

The dress code on the Disney Park website states that “appropriate attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times.”

The offensive crop top at Disney World.

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The offensive crop top at Disney World.

“The parks are a relaxed, family-friendly environment. Ensuring the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In this spirit, we ask that you exercise discretion and common sense.

“Disney reserves the right to refuse admission or remove anyone wearing attire deemed inappropriate or attire that may adversely affect the experience of other guests.”

It then outlines prohibited items, including objectionable materials, excessively torn clothing, and clothing that exposes “excessive portions of skin” that may be considered inappropriate for a home environment.

Commentators were divided over the actions of the Disney employee.

“I’m sorry but they came up with this one. There’s nothing wrong with your original top. I’ve seen so much worse,” one wrote.

“Honestly, this crop isn’t even bad. That’s just cute, what’s the matter? said another.

Some defended the dress coding: “I could see them wanting you to wear something else in case you go on rides and accidentally flash an 8-year-old.”

“I mean you’re in a park full of kids, I don’t know why people can just wear a normal shirt. Why be so ‘fancy’. Be kid appropriate,” another added.

Others say she was lucky because she received a free t-shirt.

“Wear a skinny shirt to Disney for a free shirt.”

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