A TikTok user has sparked debate after she shared a video of a family sneaking a child into Disneyland.
TikToker @myfrienditsmebarbie, shared a video of two women sneaking in an older child in a pram, pretending the young girl was much younger in order to get a free ticket.
In the video, the girl is seen hiding in the pram, which is much too small for her, and covered with a blanket so her legs aren't on show.
Once they've passed the ticket checkpoint, the girl is lifted out of the pram and ready to hit the park in her Cinderella outfit.
"When Disney ticket prices go up," the caption reads, with the user adding, "Poor kid was in an infant car seat."
"We [paid] for our tickets and witnessed the funniest thing we had ever seen & so we decided to share it so you can laugh too," the woman who was apparently with the TikToker commented.
Entry to Disneyland parks are expensive, especially for families, with tickets ranging from $109 to $159 ($A165 to $A241) per day. However, if a visitor is under the age of three, they don't need a ticket.
Many other users commented on the video, which has since been viewed over 8.2 million times, with one user writing, "The way people have no shame just continues to amaze me."
"We just teach our kids to lie about their age," another wrote. "But this is epic."
"It looks like the cast member noticed but she pretended to not see the little girl but her smile says it all!" a third pointed out.
"Worked the front gates, trust me we know," one former Disney employee wrote. "We are told to just let it go."
"My son is four but at Disneyland he knows he’s two," someone else joked.
"I will be there in October..Hmm Think I will have hubby push me through like this," another quipped.
"No way. I even explain to my kids it's wrong to get fountain drinks with a water cup," one person added. "It's the principle of it."
"My kid is gonna be two for at least 5 years," yet another joked.
"But then I have a 2 1/2 who is 4 ft tall. And I have to get management involved every single time, because they say he’s 6," one annoyed user shared.
Another user shared that this could lead to the people being monitored by security throughout their visit and could also mean they're "blacklisted" from the park.
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