Disney fans are slamming a couple for turning up to the family-friendly theme park in ‘inappropriate’ T-shirts.
A photo has been circulating online that shows them wearing matching tops with Disney’s iconic ‘D’ written on them.
However, upon closer inspection, the woman’s T-shirt reads: “I wanted the D.”
Former Disney creative designer, Sam Carter, has since shared the image on Twitter, alongside the caption: “D is for don’t.”
The post has now garnered over 1,500 likes and hundreds have taken to the comments and branded it ‘tacky’.
One person responded: “Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park.”
In agreement, another added: “Completely inappropriate and this couple needs to be punished immediately.”
“D is for discomfort,” a third joked.
However, some people argued that people were ‘overreacting’ and said they actually found the T-shirts ‘funny’.
One Twitter user penned: “I find it funny. If they ban this shirt I hope they ban all the shorts and skirts that show your a** too, cause those are extremely inappropriate! And disgusting!”
Pitching in, a second commented: “Geez, people get offended by everything, while this is not something I would wear in public, what is the harm with them wearing it? Little kids have no idea of the meaning behind it.”
A third said: “Quit whining that these are inappropriate. It’s just a twist on words that can make you think that way, it’s your mind that let’s you think in dirty ways.
“So technically, you’re the problem for seeing it.”
On Disneyland theme park’s website, it states that members of staff have the right to refuse entry to any visitors deemed to be wearing ‘inappropriate’ clothing.
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