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Man Sports Prohibited Tattoo in Disney Park

A man was recently seen sporting a questionable tattoo at a Disney Park, which certainly was far too explicit to be seen in public.

The Disney Parks are known to be some of the best places for a wholesome family vacation. From going to Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World Resort, and Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland Park in Disneyland Resort to frequenting one of the many attractions at either Theme Park, people of all ages can find their version of a magical Disney experience.

Disneyland Park Castle

Sleeping Beauty Castle/Disney

In order to keep this experience fun and appropriate for all, Disney has specific rules put in place for Guests’ conduct, and dress codes, among others.

Read More: Everything You Need to Know About Disney’s Dress Code

Recently, a man was seen sporting a trashy and incredibly inappropriate tattoo, without covering it, in Disneyland Resort, and it set the internet ablaze.

While the tattoo is too explicit to be depicted on this site, it can be viewed here.

Guests at Disneyland Park/Disney

Disneyland Guests at Disneyland Park/Disney

The tattoo on the Guest’s right calf portrays a naked woman and another bent over. The Reddit post sharing the tattoo went viral, and hundreds of users commented and shared their opinions.

u/ChoGath1337 asked, “Can you get public indecency charges for this kinda tattoo?”

u/phukerstone23 added,

“That is trashy and awful and I’m not defending him, he may have forgotten it’s there. I have a tat on the back of my neck and I forget it’s there a lot. But God that should be covered up.”

Mickey Mouse at Disneyland Resort/Disney

Mickey Mouse at Disneyland Resort/Disney

u/AgentCatBot brought up Disney’s dress code and questioned whether tattoos can also be against the Disney dress code. Per the Disneyland website, they undoubtedly can be:

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. Visible tattoos that could be considered inappropriate, such as those containing objectionable language or designs, are not permitted.

While it’s unknown and unconfirmed if Disney took any action against this Guest in particular, Disney has absolutely enforced their dress code for far less before, so it would be reasonable to assume they asked the Guest to cover up the tattoo in some way.

Guests should always note what is and isn’t appropriate while visiting a family establishment and ensure they’re keeping the environment safe for all visitors.

We at Disney Fanatic will keep readers updated about this and all other Disney news as it comes to light.

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