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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) - I had to double check this one out it just seemed too over the top to be true.

But some parents are apparently sending their perfectly abled children with disabled tour guides so the kids can go to the front of the line.

Disney has a policy that allows up to six people to escort anyone with a wheelchair or motorized scooter to a more convenient entrance to rides.

It's a great policy.  Families should be able to stick together.  But for lazy moms and dads to pay someone in a motorized scooter to escort their perfectly healthy kids just so they can cut to the front of the line is disgusting.

They should be banned from the park for life.

I'm JB and that's the way it oughta be.

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