A WOMAN claims she was dress coded at Disney World after staff scolded her for wearing an “不適切” 上.
Jordyn Graime said her cowl neck cami top was branded too revealing after she arrived at the theme park for a day of fun.
ザ・ TikToker showed her followers that she had got dolled up in her backless silky blue shirt and denim shorts to visit the attraction.
In a clip detailing her 衣類 dilemma, she posed grumpily with her hands on her hips after being told off for her attire.
Jordyn wrote: “When you get dress coded by ディズニー… so they give you a free t-shirt out of it.”
She then showed social media users a receipt for a $19.99 t-shirt she claims she was forced to wear after being warned to cover up.
The theme park fan is then seen wearing a large yellow Disney World top while sadly swinging her forbidden halter neck around.
Jordyn captioned the clip: “Disney doesn’t like backs I guess.”
Her post sparked a fiery theme park fashion debate among social media users.
ある人は書いた: “I don’t think this was because her shirt was small or revealing, I think it was it could potentially untie and become more revealing.”
別の人は言った: “This ain’t no school, they should not be able to dress code you.”
3番目は書いた: “If they didn’t have some sort of dress code you would see women in bikinis and men with no shirts.
“Let’s have one place with class.”
And a fourth joked: “I’d simply take the free shirt and not wear it!”
Others claimed the park had now stopped offering t-shirts to visitors violating the dress code as “people took advantage” of the gesture.
による ディズニー ウェブサイト, guests shoul wear clothing that is comfortable and fits with the park’s family-friendly theme.
それは言う: “Proper attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times. The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment.
“Ensuring that the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience.
“In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense.”
下 “inappropriate attire” section of the website, it warns that Disney may deny entry to anyone breaking the dress code.
Another woman recently went viral for sharing her experience at a Disney park, claiming she was also dress-coded.
Digital creator Christie X said she was reprimanded for donning a spaghetti strap white top and statement Mickey Mouse 耳.
But unlike Jordyn, the thrill-seeker had brought another t-shirt with her so she “didn’t have to spend money on overpriced shirts.”