Angry Disney customers are demanding that obscene t-shirts be banned from all of the company’s amusement parks.

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Angry Disney customers are demanding that obscene t-shirts be banned from all of the company’s amusement parks.

A photo of a pair wearing sexually explicit t-shirts at Disney World Florida this weekend stirred fury online, prompting fans to demand action from Disney. After an image of a couple provoked uproar on Twitter, Disney fans are demanding that obscene t-shirts be removed from their theme parks.

At Disney World Florida this weekend, a man and a woman were seen wearing unofficial Disney tees.

According to the Mirror, the tees, which can be purchased on Amazon, used the famous Disney “D” to spell out “I gave her the D” on his shirt and “I wanted the D” on hers.

Angry parents are now demanding that thrill seekers wearing the offensive clothing be denied entry to Disney parks.

Former Disney creative designer Sam Carter shared a photo of the couple online, with clown emojis added to hide their faces.

It sparked outrage online, with many people demanding that anyone else who was caught wearing the tops be booted out.

“I wouldn’t be mad if these shirts were never allowed at a Disney park again,” one person said.

“D is for pain — kind of tacky to bring to a theme park,” another tweeted.

A third inquired: “I’m really baffled as to how they were allowed to pass past the gates. They should be outlawed.” However, several people argued that it was all for naught.

One person wrote: “It’s only incorrect if you think about it in that manner. Get out of your heads… a child sees the unmistakable Disney D, not the D you see.” Another suggestion: “‘I gave her the Disney,’ says the narrator. If you take anything else away from that, it’s [your]faulty programming. She had wished for a trip to Disney and had received it.” Disney has been contacted by The Brinkwire for comment.

“We reserve the right to deny admittance to or remove any person wearing clothes that we feel unsuitable or attire that could detract from the experience of other guests,” Disney World says on its website.

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