Moms Hire Disabled Disney Tour Guides

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL - APRIL 05:  In this handout photo provided by Disney, the sunrise over Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom creates a multi-colored effect in the sky as the sun shines through the trail left after Space Shuttle Discovery launched from nearby Cape Canaveral on April 5, 2010 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.  At 6:21 a.m. EDT, Space Shuttle Discovery lifted off from Cape Canveral, Florida with the crew of STS-131.  (Photo by Kent Phillips/Disney via Getty Images)

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    Warning: heartless humans included. According to sources at The New York Post, a subset of wealthy Manhattan moms have unlocked the secret to cutting lines at Disneyworld: disabled people. Hiring “black-market Disney guides” for a rate of $130 per hour (or $1,040 for the whole day) the moms give their entitled tots a free ride to the front of any line. “This is how the 1 percent does Disney," bragged one mom, who hired a disabled person through the company Dream Tours Florida. Disney, who has declined to comment on the scheme, allows each disabled person to bring six guests with them to the front of the line.

    Read it at The New York Post