The paper points its finger at Dream Tours, a company that helps organize vacations for people with special needs.
The company — and clients who are willing to pay — allegedly take advantage of a Disney rule that allows guests who need a wheelchair or motorized scooter to bring up to six guests to a “more convenient entrance,” the Post's Tara Palmeri reports.
The company reportedly provides a disabled "escort," who accompanies the family around the park and to the front of the line at busy rides.
According to The Post:
“You can’t go to Disney without a tour concierge,’’ [one mom] sniffed. “This is how the 1 percent does Disney."
The woman said she hired a Dream Tours guide to escort her, her husband and their 1-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter through the park in a motorized scooter with a “handicapped” sign on it. The group was sent straight to an auxiliary entrance at the front of each attraction.
The "black-market" guides run $130 for an hour, and $1,040 for an eight-hour day, The Post reports.
Disney did not return The Post's requests for comment. You can read the full story at The Post.
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