Fans Ask Disney to Ban Inappropriate Shirts That Went Viral

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Couple matching shirts at Disney

Disney fans often get creative with the shirts they wear to the theme parks. We have seen couples wear shirts relating to their favorite Prince and Princesses, Mickey and Minnie, Woody and Buzz, and more.

However, one couple wore matching shirts to the Disney Parks, which is causing quite an uproar amongst fans as they find the shirts extremely inappropriate.

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The following Tweet is now going viral as fans are asking Disney to ban these types of shirts from the Park due to their inappropriateness. Sam Carter shared the photo along with the caption:

D is for Don’t

The shirts that the couple is wearing are inappropriate for a family setting, and so now others are beginning to agree with Sam Carter and even taking it a step further as they are asking Disney not to allow shirts like this into the Park.

Alea shared the photo on Twitter along with the caption:

If they banned these shirts from ever being allowed in a Disney park again I wouldn’t be mad

Another Disney fan simply wrote:

D is for discomfort

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Teena Tweeted out that they wish Disney would ban shirts like this, writing:

Honestly wish they’d ban shirts with this phrase.

And another Twitter user, who goes by RSH – Ranel G, expressed that this felt “tacky,” especially for a family theme park setting. They write:

Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park

Please keep in mind that if you are visiting Disney Park, it is a family-friendly environment, and children will be present. Additionally, Disney does have the right to refuse entry or to remove any Guest wearing inappropriate attire.

Per both the Disney World and Disneyland websites:

We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests.

What do you think of these shirts? Should they have been denied entry? Let us know in the comments below.

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