Some Disney vacationers find a way to beat the line
ORLANDO, Fla. — Those of you who love theme parks know the pain of having to stand in line, sometimes for hours to get on a ride.
Some families visiting Walt Disney World in Florida have a found a way to beat standing in line: they are hiring a disabled guide.
Families are reportedly hiring disabled people to join them on Disney World Vacations.
A New York social researcher says they take advantage of a park policy that allows disabled guests and families to cut lines.
And while popular theme resort offers a Fast Pass and VIP tours, the disabled guides are cheaper.
The families are paying up to $1,000 for the guides.
So far, Disney officials have not responded.