Woman charged with ‘dress violation’ at Disney World theme park for revealing top

Outraged female visitors to Disneyland have flooded TikTok with complaints about House Of Mouse’s allegedly unfair dress code.

In recently resurfaced video With four million views, American woman Jordyn Grame has claimed she got flagged for the top she wore, New York Post reports.

“When you get a dress code at Disney,” the New Jersey resident wrote in the caption, referring to Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

The 20-year-old can be seen at the park wearing her supposedly risque outfit – a blue bandana-style halter top and denim shorts.

She went on to claim that the theme park gave the University of Massachusetts student a “dress code” violation on her ensemble.

“Disney doesn’t like backs I guess,” she wrote.

Disney World states in its guidelines“We reserve the right to refuse admission or remove anyone wearing attire that we consider to be inappropriate or attire that may adversely affect the experience of other guests.”

But there was a silver lining to the story: Jordyn reportedly received a free Disney T-shirt to wear, worth around US$20 (A$30).

The post office has contacted Disney World for comment.

Meanwhile, the student’s video sparked outrage among TikTok users.

“They’re like, ‘It’s inappropriate for kids.’ No…? They don’t care. They want to do rides and talk to the characters,” one wrote.

“I’m sorry….what? As a married mother of three, I see no problem with this shirt,” another said.

Many commentators said Jordyn’s attire was essential for Florida’s humid climate.

“Bruh y’all act like Disney isn’t 5000 degrees in August. His shirt was nice and weather appropriate,” one person said.

However, some sided with Disney.

“Well…it’s a children’s park…kids don’t need to see it all,” one person wrote.

Meanwhile, others said it was possible that Jordyn’s attire was not reported as lewd, but rather because it could pose a safety hazard.

According to Disney guidelinesso-called hazardous clothing includes “excessively torn or loose clothing that can drag on the floor and create a potential tripping hazard”.

While Jordyn received a free t-shirt to wear on her day at the theme park, Disney reportedly stopped such offers after influencers allegedly started wearing inappropriate clothes on purpose to get the freebies.

In October, a TikToker’s attempt to cheat the system would have failed after Disney staff “forced” her to buy a T-shirt.

This story originally appeared on the New York Post and is republished here with permission

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