Rich Moms Hiring Handicapped Tour Guides To Cut Lines at Disney World
People who know me well know that I LOVE Disney I try to go every year, and my family brought me up there when I was young.
I consider myself a Disney expert, but I never thought of this "trick" to get to the front of all the lines. Apparently, some rich people are hiring handicapped people to accompany them to DIsney World so that the family can 'zip a dee do dah' to the front of all the long lines.
From what I hear, there is actually a company that you can call to "hire" these handicapped people for just $130.00 an hour complete with wheelchair or scooter.
Disney says they are investigating. Is this a matter of if you can afford it, why not, or is it a case of an unfair way to beat the system?