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According to some visitors, visiting Disney World in “inappropriate clothing” could result in fines

Of the theme parks on the planet, none receive as many visitors at the end of the year as Disney World in Orlando, Florida, The size of those facilities in the House of Mouse is such that It has been given special district status by the state of Florida for the past 55 years.,

This has allowed Disney World to be administered under its own jurisdiction and with a series of regulations that lead to internal restrictions. Come on, this was a really nice administrative beach bar.

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A video that went viral some time ago suggested that some visitors to the theme park disney they were fined for not wearing what dress code Defines features as “appropriate clothing”.

As Entrepreneur reports, there are a few videos you can find on TikTok where Disney World employees have also suggested Free T-shirts were handed out to those who wore clothing that was too visible for a familiar setting or could be offensive to other visitors,

However, other users of the social network confirm that the shirts are not free, and they have to go through the box or go around.

Can Disney World Heal Its Visitors?

The short answer is yes, Disney may have penalized its visitors over the past 55 years at the Florida resort. We return to what was said above, the park is a special district with a unique treatment within state laws.

But that’s about to change. Disney’s face-off with the Florida government over the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” law has sparked a fairy tale ending between the House of Mouse and the state, and it’s not a “they lived happily ever after” ending. Used to be.”

Florida State Disney World’s special district status to be revoked in 2023That would put the theme parks back in the hands of state laws.

Regarding the video and the insinuations that there were free t-shirts at Disney World if you left “half-naked”, however plausible, some of the cases seen on TikTok seem exaggerated, especially since the theme park is in Florida. Located, where the weather is not cold at all.

have you seen this type of situation in disney world or any other theme park,

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