A woman who visited Walt Disney World Resort says she was “dress-coded” by theme park staff, and the viral TikTok detailing the alleged incident has led to a larger debate on the organization’s dress code policy.
Content creator Nicole DeLosReyes took a Mother’s Day family trip to the Orlando resort in early May, according to TikTok. On Monday, May 9, she uploaded a video to TikTok saying she was turned away from one of Disney’s theme parks.
“Guys it happened. I got dress-coded at Disney, and I was told to leave or get a shirt, ”DeLosReyes said in the footage. “So, now we’re getting a shirt.”
In the seven-second clip, DeLosReyes showed her followers that she had been wearing a white, knot-front top.
The video has garnered more than 7.9 million views, 1.2 million likes and 4,240 comments.
DeLosReyes did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
The comments under the video were divided on whether it was fair to turn people away over a shirt.
Some argued that the shirt could be viewed as inappropriate for a venue where children are present while others saw no issue with the shirt DeLosReyes chose to wear.
“The amount of people agreeing with Disney dress coding you is crazy… Anyways u looked cute girl,” one commenter wrote.
“You’re [sic] tops not even that revealing… they know Ariel wears a seashell bra right? ” Another commenter quipped.
“They have everything posted on the website,” one TikTok user argued. “You could have gone to Disney Springs if it was such a big deal.”