Woman Goes Viral After Wearing ‘Inappropriate’ Outfit at Disney World To Get a Free Shirt

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A Disney customer has gone viral after she wore an “inappropriate” outfit to Disney World in order to get a free shirt…

People have applauded her for taking “advantage of misogyny.”

After she received a $75 T-shirt for free. Keep scrolling for the full video…

Nearly half of the United States’ citizens gathered around their black-and-white television sets on July 17th as California’s Disneyland was finally unveiled to the public.

And, fast forward over sixty years, the park and all the other Disney locations remain as popular as ever today.

With the attractions, the rides, and the sheer magic of the place, it really isn’t difficult to see why Disneyland remains as one of the most sought after places on Earth.

People even get engaged here. Surely, there’s no proposal more magical than one directly in front of the iconic Disneyland castle?

However, there’s one thing slightly less magical about Disney’s parks…

And that’s the cost.

A Disney holiday is certain to set you back at least a couple of grand.

And once you get inside the park it’s just as expensive…



Which is why one woman has figured out how you can get Disney merchandise, for free.

A TikToker user recently went viral after she shared a hack to get a free Disney T-shirt.



And people are loving it…








The video, which has more twenty-three million views, was posted online by TikTok user, Amanda DiMeo.

In the video, DiMeo films herself while walking through Disney’s Magic Kingdom.

She begins the video by saying: “Okay guys, new Disney hack.”

“If you’re wearing a shirt that shows a little underboob, they’ll write you a ticket when you first enter…so you can get a free shirt at the nearest gift shop.”

“I just got a $75 T-shirt just because I was wearing a shirt that was exposing my underboob a little bit.”

“So, yeah, if you want free Disney shirts, that’s the hack.”

You can watch the video below.

What do you think about the hack?