Rich moms pay disabled to cut in Disney World lines
Orlando, Fla. (KGO) -- Disney World is investigating reports of wealthy visitors using unscrupulous measures to avoid standing in long lines.
The New York Post says some upper-crust Manhattan moms paid a disabled, "black-market" guide in a motorized scooter $130 an hour to get them special access to rides.
In the report, one unnamed mom bragged that they waited only a minute to get on "It's A Small World," while others waited two and a half hours. She said, "This is how the 1 percent does Disney."
A tour company named in the story denies the claims.
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