Woman Getting Dress-Coded at Disney Sparks Debate in Video With 4M Views

A video has recently gone viral on social media when a woman spending a day at Disney World in Orlando, Florida was dress-coded for wearing a shirt that broke Disney's dress-code.

On TikTok, the video that sparked debate was originally posted by a user by the name of @toragrams. In the video, a sentence reads "so yeah just experienced getting dress-coded at disney" with an upside-down smiley face emoji. The viral video has over 645,000 likes and 4 million views.

"i mean, I kinda agree with them looking back at this video," the caption wrote. The TikToker's video shows the shirt she was dress-coded for was a long sleeved shirt that tied together in the front. She is shown carrying a voucher for a free t-shirt.

Discussing it more in the comments, the woman admitted that the cast member who dress-coded her "wasn't very nice" but the person who got her the voucher was.

"No hard feelings though just thought it was funny and made the most out of it," she added.

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A video has recently gone viral of a woman getting dress-coded for wearing a shirt that didn't follow Disney's dress code. The Tiktok video has over 647k likes and 4m views. Handout/Getty Images

"Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests," the official Walt Disney World dress code page says. One of the rules states that, "Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."

The reason the woman was dress-coded caused debate in the comment section.

"I'm sorry but they reached with this one. There is nothing wrong with your original top. I've seen so much worse," one TikTok user said.

"the lady who scanned me in just had it out for me," the original poster replied.

"I- that's literally probably one of the least revealing crop tops you could wear... at least the shirt was free lol," another commenter wrote.

A Tiktoker added, "except except, now here me out...FREE EXPENSIVE SHIRT."

"I'd get dress coded on purpose so I can get a free shirt," one pointed out.

"i like the top but lets say u in a roller coaster & there is wind or something the last thing they want is the girl flashing kids idk," another wrote.

"Anyone saying that this is a "less revealing top" .. ur joking right? Don't get me wrong it's cute but that's bound to come off soo easy on rides," a commenter said.

Newsweek has reached out to @toragrams via Tiktok comment for comment.