An influencer was chastised for flashing her breasts at a theme park, but she claims it was a “social experiment.” On a vacation to Disneyland, the Hong Kong social media celebrity flashed off her nipples.
People online had conflicting feelings about Emilia Wong, with many thinking it was wrong for her to expose her chest in front of youngsters, according to Hype. Especially when it violates Disney’s park dress policy.
Others, though, praised the young woman on her appearance and clothes. Emilia flaunted her short dress in a photo she posted on Instagram, @emiliawyk.censored.The young woman claims her daring theme park attire was a social experiment, consisting of a pair of denim shorts, a see-through purple bodysuit, and a tie-front purple cardigan. Emilia claims she got the idea after seeing people criticize another lady on social media for sharing how she cared for her hair. Commenters who thought the woman should cover her hair said she has no self-respect.
As a result, Emilia claims that this prompted her to dress sexily in Disneyland and observe people’s reactions.
Emilia has over 46,000 followers who saw the image where she posed in the barely there outfit on the teacups ride. She also wore a pair of plush, pink ears.
The caption, when translated, reads: “Wearing a purple suit for social experiment. Mysterious results will be announced later.”
Not everyone was against the look. One commenter said: “This underwear design concept is amazing”. Whole another added: “Wow, that’s the Princess in my mind.”
But, one warned: “Don’t be surprised by an Instagram ban” in reference to the site’s censoring rules. Some posters even asked whether the topless snap was “AI generated”.
Instagram isn’t the only rule break Emilia might be making.
Inside the parks, there are rigorous laws about what you may and cannot wear. Adults are not permitted to dress up as park characters or wear exposing or indecent apparel.
Jordyn Graime was recorded strolling about Disney World in an open-back shirt last year, but she was quickly informed by park staff that she had violated the park’s dress code, which prohibits “exposing excessive portions of skin.”The officials informed her that she had broken the theme park’s regulations. She was seen in a video holding a receipt from an Orlando Disney Park store after changing into an oversized yellow top.
“So they give you free T-shirt out of it,” she added. “Disney doesn’t like backs I guess…”
Skimpy attire is a no-no at Disney parks, with the website adding that it bans: “Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment.” We’re pretty sure that includes the nipples…