But that said, surely there was a more "Disney" way of doing this - it shouldnt have taken 3.5hrs, take em somewhere nice, say we appreciate the effort, but we're worried you'll get mixed up with staff and we can't have that, can we offer you a ride to a hotel to change, or an gift shop outfit (as ended up happening), etc. All in all a solution should have been decided and agreed in minutes.
Hate to see a girl cry, but have to agree with Disney on this one.
Brilliant, Mr. Niles!
As for the Tink wannabe who was "the victim", goodness she can turn on the water works, eh? You'd think she just lost her best friend in an elevator accident on Tower of Terror. Honestly, if this "incident" is the worst thing that ever happens to her, she will have lived a life of bliss. Come join the rest of us in the real world, sweets, where heartbreak is just another event in an otherwise average week.
I knew it was fake when Le Celliler reservation was demanded. Anybody who knows its that good knows they need a reservation.
I will say that I thought Disney was very accommodating. Free clothes from Disney? Wow!
Having said that, watching the girl's interview was painful, she's either a bad actress, or she needs to seriously reorder her life priorities!
Haha, I love funny stories with a lesson. And the lesson is... dressing like a Disney character at Disney can get you caught, but dressing like an undercover USO lawyer won't.