Outrage: People Skipping Lines At Disney Using Handicapped Guides
The New York Post released a story saying that (mostly rich) people are paying for handicapped tour guides to show them a day at Disney. That comes complete with line skipping.
Here's the full story. At Disney world there are two lines for rides and attractions. One of the lines is for the disabled and handicapped. In that line the disabled or handicapped person is allowed to bring up to 6 other people into line with them
So, people are shelling out to pay a handicapped tour guide for the day so they can ride and do many more things with their day.
The company that offers the service is "Dream Tours Florida" who charge on the upwards of a grand to take one of their handicapped guides out for the day.