Patrons using disabled people to cut Disney lines
Theme park goers across the county are outraged because some visitors are using disabled patrons to get through ride lines faster.
Disney is looking into claims that some park visitors are actually using disabled people to skip lines on popular rides and attractions.
According to the reports, some visitors are paying as much as $1,000 a day for so-called “disabled Disney guides.”
Disney’s policy is to allow disabled visitors and their families to cut the line to avoid waits that could last more than two hours.
Experts said that while the theme park offers paid services that will allow some people to avoid long lines, the disabled guides are cheaper for large families and quicker than Disney’s official premium ride plan.
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