A woman visited Disney wearing a skimpy bikini to see if it could result in a free T-shirt. However, her plan backfired…
On the theme park’s website, people can find out what is acceptable to wear at the park.
It suggests visitors wear ‘proper attire, including shoes and shirts’ and that this rule is applied ‘at all times’.
If someone attempts to visit the theme park wearing something deemed ‘inappropriate’, the site states ‘Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person’.
However, one woman decided to test out a ‘TikTok hack’ she’d seen, in which people try to get a free T-shirt by wearing something that violates the site’s dress code.
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Heleni shared her attempt at entering the theme park in a bikini.
She captioned the post: “Free shirt hack at Disney World?!”
In the video, text on the screen reads: “Trying the TikTok hack for a free shirt at Disney World Orlando.”
The clip starts in a parking lot and shows Heleni wearing a cropped black top, which she goes on to reveal has a tiny triangle bikini underneath.
Towards the end of the video, the TikToker says that employees at the park stopped her group because of her attire.
However, it didn’t result in a free T-shirt.
She added later on in the clip: “Tried to force us to buy one [T-shirt].”
Referencing the fact it was supposed to be a ‘TikTok hack’, she added: “DEBUNKED.”
Since being uploaded on the social media platform, Heleni’s clip has amassed a staggering 8.5 million views.
Many viewers said that this ‘hack’ actually used to work at one point. Until the theme park became aware of what people were trying to do.
“They use to be free. But so many people did this on purpose that they aren’t free anymore,” one explained.
An alleged former Disney employee agreed, adding: “Cast member here. Doesn’t work anymore. It got too popular online and everyone was doing it.”
To which Heleni responded: “Damn,” alongside a weeping face and broken heart emoji.
However, others took to the comments and said that the ‘hack’ only works when you’ve actually made it past the entrance.
“You have to be inside the park, not outside,” one user pointed out.
Another agreed, adding: “They only do that inside the park.”
“My dumba**,” Heleni responded.
As reported by New York Post, Disney has yet to comment on the incident.
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