Walt Disney World asks guest to change shirt or leave. Boy did she milk it.

Walt Disney World apparently turned a woman away earlier this month for being out of compliance with the park’s dress code policy.

In a viral video uploaded to TikTok, Nicole DeLosReyes noted that she was “dress-coded” because her white knot-front top didn’t pass Mickey Mouse muster.

“Guys it happened. I got dress-coded at Disney, and I was told to leave or get a shirt,” Nicole DeLosReyes said to her followers in the seven-second clip. “So, now we’re getting a shirt.”

The May 9 video has since gone viral with over 9.4 million views, 1.5 million likes, and 5,400 comments.

@nicole.delosreyes its real….welp😂 #disneyworld #dresscode #welp #fashion #disney ♬ original sound – Nicole DeLosReyes

One person didn’t see what was wrong with her top as it wasn’t nearly as revealing as what The Little Mermaid wears.

“You’re [sic] tops not even that revealing… they know Ariel wears a seashell bra right?” they remarked.

Others argued that the TikToker should have been entitled to a free shirt as compensation.

“I didn’t do it on purpose. I don’t care for a free damn shirt I just wasted a cute fit,” DeLosReyes responded.

Others rationalized that she was ousted from the park because the shirt was tied on, not because it was revealing.

“They don’t allow tops held together by ties/strings [because] they could come undone or get caught on something on rides,” one user said.

DeLosReyes followed up to confirm that was the reason she was turned away from the park.

“at entry i got stopped and was told they dont allow tie front tops…wack. so i had to either leave and change or buy merch,” she wrote in the comments.

The next day she posted another video confirming that she had just gone back to her hotel to change.

***Warning: Language***

@nicole.delosreyes Reply to @funmama3 ♬ original sound – Nicole DeLosReyes

“I am over 21, and I went to Epcot,” she said. “I don’t know if any of you know about Epcot, but you can drink around the world. So, there’s a lot of adults there getting trashed.”

“It was a joke. I didn’t have a problem with it. I just thought it was funny. I went back to my hotel and changed and went back to Epcot,” she added.

Two days after her run-in with the Disney attire police she demonstrated the top that got her ousted with snarky gusto.

@nicole.delosreyes Reply to @whatamesspats ♬ original sound – Nicole DeLosReyes

“I didn’t do it on purpose,” she said in a follow-up video.

“I like this shirt and this shirt likes me. Disney does not,” the TikToker with over 60,000 followers said. “People have opinions. People have policies. Sorry if I offended you guys.”


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