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A young woman was left stunned after she was allegedly escorted from Disney World for wearing 'inappropriate' clothing.
Alyssa Schueller, 22, was visiting Walt Disney World Resort In Florida, with her family last week when she says she was approached by staff.
You can watch her story below:
Watch the video below.
Alyssa was reportedly told that her outfit, which consisted of a black, cropped bodysuit and trousers, was in breach of the park's dress code.
However, Alyssa claims she was not allowed to change into another outfit, and was instead 'escorted' by staff into a nearby gift shop to get a bright yellow Walt Disney t-shirt.
Alyssa's story, which she shared on TikTok, has since gone viral, and been viewed over 4 million times on the video sharing platform.
Discussing the ordeal, Alyssa said she felt the rules had not been applied consistently throughout the park.
"I was at Animal Kingdom all morning without an issue. I went to Epcot and this happened," she complained on TikTok.
"I went back to Animal Kingdom and had no issue once again. If Disney wants to endorse a dress code then they need to do just that, but the inconsistency...please."
And it seems those who watched the video were firmly on Alyssa's side.
"Why does it matter what she's paying a fortune just to get into the park?" one person asked.
"You can wear whatever you want, omg," a second agreed.
"I don't see anything wrong with your outfit," a third added.
While a fourth fairly pointed out: " I don't get it...Ariel be wearing less..."
On the Disneyworld website, the park's dress code is described as guests having to wear "proper attire".
"The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. Ensuring that the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense."
They also say they have the right to deny entry or remove anyone who breaks the park's rules about clothing - which does include: "Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."
Tyla has contacted Disneyland for comment.
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