No More Line-Skipping for Disabled People at Disneyland Due to Abuse

Back in May, the New York Post reported that some wealthy families in Manhattan were hiring disabled people as “black market Disney guides” to pose as family members so that their kids could jump to the front of ride lines.

Today, the Post reports that Disneyland has now banned line-skipping for disabled people to stop people who have previously been abusing the system. Instead, they’re going to have everyone use the “FastPass” system where visitors are given a ticket with a return time on it so they can go do something else instead of wait in line for an hour to ride Indiana Jones Adventure or Star Tours.

Photo: Lou Oms



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