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Blogger Calls Out Disneyland Staff for Body Shaming

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Luci Kay Somers TikTok
@lacikaysomers via Instagram

For one San Franciscan influencer, Disneyland is not the happiest place on earth. On the contrary, she's going vocal on TikTok about her unpleasant experience there after being told by staff that her outfit was inappropriate. 30-year-old Luci Kay Somers visited the Florida amusement park last week, dressed in what she believed to be the perfect outfit. When the workers told her otherwise, she took to the online world to get their thoughts...

"I got hit for dress code at Disneyland #bodyshaming,'" she captioned the TikTok video. In the footage, she can be seen posing for the camera in black sneakers, black leggings, a sports bra, a black baseball hat, and a simple black bag. According to Disney's clothing guidelines, they forbid any clothing which "'exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment." So, did the people of TikTok agree with the Disney staffers? Would Luci's outfit be considered an infringement of the rules?

Disney Land Dress Code
@imlacikaysomers via TikTok

With over 55,000 views and around five thousand comments, unsurprisingly, the internet had much to say on the matter. For the most part, the people seemed unimpressed by Disney's decision, praising the influencer for her fashionable yet comfortable outfit. "All you did was look perfect," commented one user. "I feel like I've seen girls wearing less there, that's odd. They're just hatin!" agreed another. Others accused the staff of acting out of jealousy. "Just cause you look hot in it, smh ain't the way it goes though, haters," a comment said. "How dare you be an attractive person showing off her body. The nerve."

@imlacikaysomers What I do tho ? #fyp #disneyland #bodyshaming ♬ Unholy - Sam Smith & Kim Petras

On the other end of the spectrum, a few users seemed to agree with the dress code decision. "Buy a shirt, there is a dress code... follow it or leave," rebuked one follower. "Be respectful of other people," a second agreed. The third camp of people wasn't too fussed about the matter, instead pointing out the more humorous aspect of the incident. "They really said she can't come in here lookin' like a snack when we're trying to make 8 figures off these caramel apples." Join in on the conversation here, and have your say!