Couple's saucy theme park T-shirts cause so much fury parents want them banned
DISNEY fans have been left fuming after a picture of a couple’s saucy theme park T-shirts circulated online.
The raunchy tops, which can reportedly be bought on Amazon, have been spotted across parks in America – and now angry parents want them banned.
The controversial picture, which was posted on Twitter, shows a man and woman wearing the t-shirts during a trip to Disney World in Florida at the weekend.
The matching tees sees the famous Disney “D” calligraphy used in an sexually suggestive way.
The woman's shirt simply read: “I wanted the D”, while the man's said: “I gave her the D.”
Sam Carter, a former Disney creative designer, posted a photo of the couple online – captioning the post “D is for Don’t.”
It caused a furore on Twitter as fans called for people being seen wearing the tops to be kicked out and refused entry.
One fan said: “If they banned these shirts from ever being allowed in a Disney park again I wouldn’t be mad.”
Another tweeted: “D is for discomfort" – Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park."
A third questioned: "I just don't understand how they were let through the gates how sad. Ban them."
However, a few users argued it was a fuss about nothing – adding that others were the problem.
One wrote: "It’s only inappropriate if YOU think of it in the inappropriate way. Get your minds out of the gutter… a kid sees the unmistakable Disney D not the D you do."
Another put forward: "'I gave her the Disney.' If you read anything else into that; it’s [your] misfiring programming. She wanted a trip to Disney and she got it."
On the Disney World website, the company state: “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."
They are yet to make an official statement on the t-shirts themselves.
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