I was kicked out of Disney World for inappropriate outfit- I was fuming at first but I can see where they're coming from

WHEN it comes to putting together an outfit to wear to a theme park, comfort is key – after all, you're probably going to be on your feet most of the day and walking around in the sun.

So when TikToker Tori Cannella headed to Disney World earlier this year, she settled on a pair of denim shorts and a long-sleeved crop top.

But as she tried to get entry to the park, Tori was told her top violated their dress code and was sent away with a voucher to buy something else.

In a viral video that's racked up over 1.9m "likes", the 23-year-old wrote: "So yeah, just experienced getting dress-coded at Disney."

After showing off the outfit she arrived in, Tori filmed herself taking her coupon to the nearest gift shop – where she bought a bright yellow slogan t-shirt.

Once she'd covered up her crop top, the social media star had no issue getting through to the park – and in hindsight, she reckons they probably made the right call.

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She captioned the clip: "I mean, I kinda agree w them looking back at this video."

What's more, a former Disney employee said it probably wasn't the crop top that was the issue – but rather the bow holding it together in the middle as it could potentially get stuck in a ride.

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They wrote: "I used to work there, the rule is that your top can’t have just a string to hold it together if that makes sense so that’s why!"

Another added: "I’m sorry but they reached with this one. There is nothing wrong with your original top. I’ve seen so much worse!"

Tori replied: "The lady who scanned me in just had it out for me!"

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Meanwhile, a third said: "It’s not a 'bad/showy' crop top but I could see them wanting you to wear something else in case you went on rides and accidentally flashed an eight year old."

On their website, Disney World outlines their dress code policy which asks guests to respect their "family-oriented" environment.

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It reads: "Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests."

Along with banning "excessively torn clothing" and items with "obscene language" printed on them, the park has a policy against "clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."

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