If incidents like this continue, “the happiest place on Earth” might want to rethink its motto.
A woman who recently took her disabled son to Disney World found a “rude” note on her wheelchair-accessible van from another visitor because she took up two parking spaces. Tricia Proefrock says she only parked over the dividing line because the parking lot’s regular handicapped spots were full — so a Disney World employee told her to take two spots so she could get her wheelchair-bound son out of the van.
Nonetheless, another Disney visitor left a note on her van that reads, “Because of your bull headed, inconsiderate, feeble attempt at parking, you have taken enough room for a 20-mule team, 2 elephants, 1 goat and a safari of pygmies from the African interior.” It goes on to call Proefrock “egotistical” and “simple-minded.”
Mom visiting Disney World with disabled son gets nasty note for taking 2 parking spots https://t.co/D5QWl0PtUJ— DanVanOrden (@DanVanOrden) September 14, 2021