Woman ‘forced to change shirts at Disney World after staff claim her top is inappropriate’

A woman claims she was forced to change her outfit at Disney World because her cropped top was “inappropriate”.

Alyssa Schueller, 22, was visiting Epcot in Orlando, Florida, with her parents and sister last week, when the incident happened.

The holidaymaker claimed she was confronted by a staff member who told her that she was breaching the park’s dress code.

But instead of choosing from her own clothes, they escorted her to a gift shop to choose a new top, to ensure she was dressed in accordance with the rules.

Her account went viral on TikTok after she shared a video of the incident, which showed off her cropped bodysuit, which exposed her midriff.

Alyssa’s video has been viewed nearly four million times since being uploaded four days ago.

She shared a video of her being escorted by a staff member before they purchase the new top with a gift voucher.

In the clip, she showed off her bikini-style top, which was black with thin straps, before she changed into a yellow t-shirt that said ‘Walt Disney World.’

The holidaymaker was left unimpressed by the intervention, adding in the comments that the rules weren’t being applied consistently.

She wrote: “I was at Animal Kingdom all morning without an issue. I went to Epcot and this happened

“I went back to Animal Kingdom and had no issue once again. If Disney wants to endorse a dress code then they need to do just that, but the inconsistency…please.”

Her account went viral, with many flooding Alyssa with supportive comments.

One person joked: “Girl you scammed Disney out of free merch, you should be proud.”

But another wrote: “Maybe because there are young kids walking around that don’t need to be subjected to that. I mean you are at a kids amusement park.”

Alyssa replied: “Subjected to a torso? Girl, I am FLAT CHESTED.”

In another comment, she said she wasn’t “mad about it” and confirmed she didn’t know there was a dress code before visiting.

On the Disney World site, it says “proper attire” must be worn at all times – and that clothing which “exposes excessive portions of the skin” is not allowed.

Disney World has been contacted for comment.