TikToker claims an underboob ‘hack’ resulted in her receiving free Disney merchandise.
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A popular TikTok user demonstrated how she earned free merchandise at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, by flaunting her assets.
Amanda DiMeo recently shared a video about her “new Disney hack,” in which she demonstrates how she obtained a $75 shirt for free while visiting the Magic Kingdom.
“If you’re wearing a shirt that reveals a little underboob, they’ll write you a ticket when you enter Magic Kingdom — I’m not sure about the other parks — but they’ll write you a ticket for a free shirt at the nearest gift shop,” the TikTok star shared with her 800,000 followers.
“I just got a $75 T-shirt for exposing a little bit of my underboob,” she explained. “So yeah, that is the hack if you want free Disney shirts.”
DiMeo concludes the video with a voiceover and caption, “Okay, but it’s so cute, and if it’s free, it’s for me.” Many thanks, Disney.”
According to the Disney website, the company “reserves the right to refuse admission to or remove any person wearing attire deemed inappropriate.”
The site provides several examples of “inappropriate attire,” including “clothing that, by its very nature, exposes an excessive amount of skin and may be deemed inappropriate for a family environment.”
In less than a week, the video has racked up 5 million likes and 128,700 shares, with the majority of DiMeo’s viewers praising her score, with comments such as “take advantage of misogyny,” “sis got dress-coded but Disney got finessed,” and “dress-coded but add magic.”
DiMeo, who notes in her TikTok bio that she is a mother and a “skripper,” also posted another video at Disney World wearing the aforementioned outfit with the hashtag “#hotmomsummer.”
This is not the first time in recent memory that a dress code has been met with opposition and accusations of misogyny. A Florida high school is under fire for editing 80 yearbook photos without the consent of female students, claiming that the students were “out of dress code.”
Adrian Bartlett, a mother whose daughter’s photo was edited, commented: “I believe it sends the message that our girls should be ashamed of their growing bodies, which I believe is a terrible message to send to these young girls who are undergoing changes.”