A resurfaced video of Disney’s dress code policy is an excellent reminder that Disney has eyes everywhere. Jessie Pasquale was reprimanded for wearing a backless blouse at one of Disney’s parks in Orlando, Florida. She was given a free t-shirt. And then everyone else tried the “hack.”
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“When you get dress coded at Disney,” Pasquale’s friend Jordyn Graime wrote on a TikTok video. “Disney doesn’t like backs I guess….” Pasquale was wearing a blue silky open-backed blouse. It merely showed her back. There was no side boob. It was a very prudish style police moment. But then Pasquale was given a very unrevealing Disney t-shirt, which would normally cost upwards of $20.
The video has since received over 4 million views.
This Isn’t the First Time Someone’s Been Dress Coded and Given Free Stuff
Another TikTok influencer posted a video about the very same hack 2 months before Jessie Pasquale’s incident. She was promoting the scam and claimed that because she showed under-boob at Magic Kingdom, she was given a “ticket” that worked as a free t-shirt coupon. Her video has received over 31 million views.
And with all those millions of views, a rumor was born.
“If I, too, am scantily clad while visiting a Disney theme park, I can get a free shirt!” everyone thought. “I want to be dress coded at Disney!”
But sadly, it’s not true. After all, Disney has a lot of employees, and employees have eyes. Somehow or another, news of the free t-shirt scam spread to the higher ups. Because other people have tried the Disney t-shirt hack and it failed.
TikToker @Heleniofficial tried the hack and was forced to purchase a new t-shirt.
TikToker @taniaa_18_a tried the hack and no one even noticed or cared.
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“So, what you’re going to do, is you’re going to get yourself super dehydrated and get a nosebleed,” wrote Cagle. “And then, you want to bleed on yourself and on the floor. Make sure to get a lot on your shirt. You want to make it look like you’ve been stabbed, basically.”
Alright, alright. Doesn’t sound too difficult, I guess. But Cagle also said that you have to time your nosebleed just right.
“Preferably do this right before a ride,” she continued. “So, you know, there’s cast members around. And then, a cast member will be like, ‘Oh my gosh, they have blood on their shirt. That’s not a good look for us. We need to fix that.’ So, they’ll give you a ticket to pick out a free Disney t-shirt… And that’s it! Super fun, super easy. Free t-shirt.”
Disney doesn’t like backs, under-boobs, or shirts that look like part of a crime scene. All these things could theoretically lead to getting dress coded at Disney.
Some people see prudishness. Others see opportunity.