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It’s indeed a small world after all if you have a disabled guide at Disney World
The internet has been flooded this week as rumors that elite moms have discovered a way to circumvent Disney World’s courtesy policy that allows guests with disabilities and their family access to rides and exhibits ahead of the general public.
The New York Post originally reported that Manhattan moms have hired people with disabilities to act as guides to help families gain special access to rides. Although the Post has no on-the record source, Disney is taking the claims seriously, according to spokesman Bryan Malenius.
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