Fans call for Disney to ban raunchy t-shirts that went viral

Angry Disney fans are calling for the Mouse House to ban inappropriate garb after a couple was photographed wearing sexually suggestive T-shirts at Disney World.

Over the weekend, fans posted a photo of a couple wearing matching shirts that riffed on Disney’s “D” calligraphy. One shirt read, “I wanted the D,” while the other said, “I gave her the D.” The non-family-friendly shirts, which are sold on Etsy and Amazon, caused a firestorm on Twitter.

“D is for Don’t,” tweeted Sam Carter, a former Disney creative designer, who posted a photo of the couple with clown emojis superimposed over their faces.

One fan replied, “If they banned these shirts from ever being allowed in a Disney park again I wouldn’t be mad.”

Fans took to Twitter to roast this couple for wearing what they deemed "inappropriate" clothing to Disney World.
Fans took to Twitter to roast this couple for wearing what they deemed “inappropriate” clothing to Disney World.
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Meanwhile, another wrote: “D is for discomfort.” “Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park,” added another fan.

Some people just replied with gifs that communicated their disapproval.

The Post reached out to Disney World and Disneyland for comment but have yet to hear back. But both parks do state on their websites that they have the right to refuse entry or to remove any guest wearing inappropriate attire.

“We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests,” said Disney World’s website.

On its theme parks' websites, Disney says it reserves the right to deny entry to customers wearing inappropriate attire.
On its theme parks’ websites, Disney says it reserves the right to deny entry to customers wearing inappropriate attire.
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