Started by Anthony, April 20, 2010, 08:29:16 PM
QuoteMother banned from Disneyland for dressing as princessA mother was banned from going into Disneyland because she was dressed as a princess.Natasha Narula, 35, had decided to wear the outfit as a special treat to celebrate her birthday.But as she waited to enter the theme park a security guard pulled her aside to order her to get changed into normal clothes. She was told her outfit could confuse children at Disneyland Paris, because she looked too much like a cartoon character. Instead she was forced to go back to her hotel with eight-year-old daughter Drew and change into the clothes she had been wearing the day before.A Disneyland [spokesman] yesterday confirmed it had a global policy banning adults from wearing fancy dress in their theme parks. A spokesman said: "No one over the age of nine is allowed to enter our theme parks in fancy dress. It prevents confusion."
Quote from: "luke85"Rules is rules. It wasn't like she had decided to try and dress like this on the spur of the moment, she had bought a cheap wedding dress from Oxfam in the UK especially for the occasion.The woman could have saved herself a lot of embarrassment if she had called DLP or checked the website before she arrived.
Quote from: "pussinboots"That's an attorney's logic, and if you'll forgive me, crap.
Quote from: "luke85""I disagree" may have been a less aggressive response
Quote from: "luke85"I love the photo at the bottom of the Daily Mail article, it's the classic "We've been affected by something and our lives will never be the same again" DM photo standard!