Amusement parks have dress codes, and even when the temperature goes up, they'll still be enforced.

It's not uncommon for the parks to offer the people in "violation" a branded clothing item to fix the issue, but it's not common for the violator to be treated to a $75 shirt.

Amanda DiMeo shared her story on TikTok about her visit to Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

The video was captioned as "Free Disney shirt hack," and explained that she was in violation of the park's dress code.

@amandaaadimeoFree Disney shirt hack #fyp #disneyworld #disney

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She said that upon entering the park, a Cast Member kindly informed her that the crop top she was wearing was too cropped for the park's standards. They gave her a ticket to the nearest gift shop, where she was able to get a shirt.

"I just got a $75 t-shirt just because I was wearing a shirt that was exposing my under-boob a little bit," DiMeo said.

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DiMeo's video went viral quickly, being viewed over 25 million times.

"I didn’t know there was a specific dress code for Disney especially since I wore the shirt one other time to Magic Kingdom and no one said anything about it the last time," DiMeo told Fox News. "The voucher limit for a shirt was $50 but I had the cashier ask the manager if I could get the $75 spirit jersey and the manager approved the order. Everyone was super nice about the whole process and I didn’t expect the video to go that viral."

Fox News said they reached out to Disney about the process, but haven't heard anything back yet.

Commenters found the idea cool, but had their own plans for the information.

"I think I have a way to get some free Disney pants," one commenter said.

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