Disney World is the most "magical place on Earth," as long as you're not a woman showing too much skin.In a viral TikTok video, Disney theme park visitor Alyssa Schuller claims she was asked to change out of her bikini-style top and given a free Disney tee-shirt to wear instead. @alyssaschueller #disney #epcot #freeshirt #disneyworld ♬ Castaways - The Backyardigans "It's true guys..." she wrote in a caption to the video. "Getting escorted to a free shirt because mine 'isn't appropriate.'"In the video, she shows the black, bikini-style top she was wearing that got her flagged while visiting Epcot. She then shows an employee filling out a voucher to get her a yellow Disney tee-shirt to wear instead.In a comment on the video, Schueller calls out Disney for their "inconsistent" enforcement of a dress code, claiming she wore the same bikini shirt to Animal Kingdom, twice, with no issue: Fyi i was at animal kingdom ALL morning without any issue. Went to epcot and this happened. went back to AK and had no issue once again. If disney wants to endorse a dress code then they need to do just that. But the inconsistency... pls. The video and the comment "it's true guys" is apparently a nod to a TikTok video that went viral earlier this year from Amanda DiMeo, who revealed she was given a free tee-shirt after showing up in a shirt that showed "a little underboob." @amandaaadimeo Free Disney shirt hack #fyp #disneyworld #disney ♬ Castaways - The Backyardigans "Free Disney shirt hack," DiMeo titled the video.According to the Disney World website: Proper attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times. The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. Ensuring that the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense. As far as "inappropriate attire," the website says that the theme park "reserves the right" to deny admission to or remove any visitors who don't abide by the dress code.