Manhattan Mothers Hire Handicapped People to Help Their Family Cut in Lines at Disney World
A sickening story today from the New York Post about rich mothers from Manhattan who hired disabled people to pose as family members so that their family would be moved to the front of the line for rides and attractions at Disney World.
Disney rules allow guests who are handicapped to move to the front of the line for "more convenient entrance." Here is the kicker - up to six guests of the handicapped person can also move to the front of the line!
These moms were hiring "black market Disney guests" at a rate of $130 per hour to accompany their family to Disney!
While some guests were waiting 2 1/2 hours for the "It's a Small World" ride, these moms were being allowed to move to the front of the line because one person in their group was in a motorized scooter with a "handicapped" sign on the front.
These moms were passing around the number of this tour service recently during spring break. One mom even brags:
You can’t go to Disney without a tour concierge. This is how the 1 percent does Disney.
Talk about shallow. These women should be ashamed of themselves. I mean Disney DOES offer fast-pass access to their rides. Sure it may cost a little more, but that's the way most honest, true-blue Americans would do it!