Fans call on Disney to ban raunchy shirts from parks after viral post

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Fans took to Twitter to roast this mates  for wearing what they deemed "inappropriate" covering  to Disney World. Fans took to Twitter to roast this mates for wearing what they deemed "inappropriate" covering to Disney World. Twitter

Angry Disney fans are calling for the Mouse House to prohibition inappropriate garb aft a mates was photographed wearing sexually suggestive T-shirts astatine Disney World.

Over the weekend, fans posted a photograph of a mates wearing matching shirts, that riffed connected Disney’s “D” calligraphy. One garment read, “I wanted the D,” portion the different said “I gave her the D.” The non-family affable shirts, which are sold connected Etsy and Amazon, caused a firestorm connected Twitter.

“D is for Don’t,” tweeted Sam Carter, a erstwhile Disney originative designer, who posted a photograph of the mates with clown emojis superimposed implicit their faces.

One instrumentality replied, “If they banned these shirts from ever being allowed successful a Disney parkland again I wouldn’t beryllium mad.”

Meanwhile, different wrote: “D is for discomfort.” “Kind of tacky to bring to a taxable park,” added different fan.

Some radical conscionable replied with gifs that communicated their disapproval.

The Post reached retired to Disney World and Disneyland for remark but person yet to perceive back. But some parks bash authorities connected their websites that they person the close to garbage introduction oregon to region immoderate impermanent wearing inappropriate attire.

“We reserve the close to contradict admittance to oregon region immoderate idiosyncratic wearing attire that we see inappropriate oregon attire that could detract from the acquisition of different Guests,” said Disney World’s website.

On its taxable   parks' websites, Disney says it reserves the close    to contradict  introduction  to customers wearing inappropriate attire.On its taxable parks’ websites, Disney says it reserves the close to contradict introduction to customers wearing inappropriate attire.Getty Images