Woman wore tiny bikini to Disney to get a free shirt but it backfired

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By Nasima Khatun

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A woman decided she was going to try and get a free shirt at Disney but it seems as though her plan backfired on her.

Heleni, AKA @heleniofficial on TikTok, recently documented her visit to Disney World Orlando in Florida where she thought she'd try out a "hack" she saw online to try and get her hands on a free shirt.

The idea entailed wearing an "inappropriate" top - which in this case was a barely-there, black bikini top - in the hopes that an employee at the resort would hand over a free shirt for her to use as a "cover-up."

Check out the video below:

"Trying the TikTok hack for a free shirt at Disney World Orlando," Heleni wrote on the clip, before making her way to the entrance gate.

She was then stopped by staff members who ultimately sent her to the gift shop to buy herself a shirt.

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Damn, that's what happens when you try and cheat the system.

The hack started gaining some traction online after other women were forced to cover their "inappropriate" clothing at the venue.

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In one incident, 22-year-old Alyssa Schueller was escorted to get a "free shirt" after initially being let into the venue and later stopped by park staff.

Posting to TikTok, the woman told her followers that she was taken to the gift shop and given a yellow, Disney-themed shirt free of charge to cover her crop top.

Since then, it appears as though a few others have picked up on the trend and purposely worn clothing that gets them stopped, but as we've seen with Heleni's case, it doesn't always end as they hoped.

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Cinderella's Castle at Disney World, Florida. Credit: Thomas Marchessault / Alamy

According to the official regulations at Disney Orlando, employees have the right to refuse entry to anyone dressed inappropriately including "clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics" and "clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."

The website also urges customers to "use their common sense" when deciding on the right attire.

Featured Image Credit: Radharc Images / Alamy

Woman wore tiny bikini to Disney to get a free shirt but it backfired

vt-author-image

By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman decided she was going to try and get a free shirt at Disney but it seems as though her plan backfired on her.

Heleni, AKA @heleniofficial on TikTok, recently documented her visit to Disney World Orlando in Florida where she thought she'd try out a "hack" she saw online to try and get her hands on a free shirt.

The idea entailed wearing an "inappropriate" top - which in this case was a barely-there, black bikini top - in the hopes that an employee at the resort would hand over a free shirt for her to use as a "cover-up."

Check out the video below:

"Trying the TikTok hack for a free shirt at Disney World Orlando," Heleni wrote on the clip, before making her way to the entrance gate.

She was then stopped by staff members who ultimately sent her to the gift shop to buy herself a shirt.

size-full wp-image-1263177145
Credit: Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg 16+ / Alamy

Damn, that's what happens when you try and cheat the system.

The hack started gaining some traction online after other women were forced to cover their "inappropriate" clothing at the venue.

wp-image-1263177144 size-full
Credit: Torontonian / Alamy

In one incident, 22-year-old Alyssa Schueller was escorted to get a "free shirt" after initially being let into the venue and later stopped by park staff.

Posting to TikTok, the woman told her followers that she was taken to the gift shop and given a yellow, Disney-themed shirt free of charge to cover her crop top.

Since then, it appears as though a few others have picked up on the trend and purposely worn clothing that gets them stopped, but as we've seen with Heleni's case, it doesn't always end as they hoped.

wp-image-1263177120 size-large
Cinderella's Castle at Disney World, Florida. Credit: Thomas Marchessault / Alamy

According to the official regulations at Disney Orlando, employees have the right to refuse entry to anyone dressed inappropriately including "clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics" and "clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."

The website also urges customers to "use their common sense" when deciding on the right attire.

Featured Image Credit: Radharc Images / Alamy