Is Disney Really Banning Tattoos In Theme Parks? Fact-Checking The 'New Policy' Claims

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Rumors about Disney World banning all tattoos inside their theme parks have gone viral.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Rumors about Disney World banning all tattoos inside their theme parks have gone viral
  • The speculation sparked a wave of outrage on social media
  • The news about Disney's new tattoo policy is also false and satirical
Social media is abuzz with rumors that Disney World has banned all tattoos inside their theme parks, causing widespread outrage as people criticize the supposed "new policy."
How the Rumor Started
The rumor began on July 5 when Mouse Trap News published an article claiming that Disney World had "banned all tattoos from its theme parks in an effort to make them more family-friendly."
"Disney may permanently ban anyone who is caught displaying a tattoo in their parks. Those who have permanent tattoos have a few options. The first and easiest option is to no longer go to Disney World. In fact, many people are saying that if Disney doesn’t respect their choices, then they don’t want to give them any more of their money. The second option is getting your tattoos removed permanently. However, many people find this to be an expensive and painful option," the article stated.
A video shared on Mouse Trap News' TikTok account further fueled the rumor, racking up over 2.4 million views and 45,500 likes.
Reactions
The speculation sparked a wave of outrage on social media.
"i’m sorry but Disney banning anyone with tattoos is CRAZY all bc they want to keep it more “family friendly," one person wrote on X.
Another commented, "Disney parks banning tattoos is crazy and I’m unsubscribing to Disney+@WaltDisneyWorld. This is trash and u just lost a lifetime customer. I was literally a Disney movie club kid LMFAO."
The Truth
Mouse Trap News, the source of the original report, is a satire and parody site known for writing fake stories about Disney Parks. The website's disclaimer states, "Mouse Trap News was created on a whim to have some fun and write stories about Disney we wish were true. Some Disney sites write deceptive stories for clicks. We write 100% made-up parody and satire stories for your enjoyment."
Previously, Mouse Trap News reported that Cinderella Castle in Disney World was destroyed in a fire, which was also proven false.
Thus, the news about Disney's new tattoo policy is also false and satirical.
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