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It’s a ‘Small, Small Corrupt World’

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The New York Post revealed that rich Manhattan mothers are hiring handicapped people to pose as family members so that their kids can cut in the front of the long lines for rides at Disney World in Orlando.

Anyone who has ever been to Disney World can tell you it is nothing to stand in line for 45 minutes to an hour just to get on a ride at times. So these women have found a way to circumvent the system by hiring a handicapped person and paying them up to $130 an hour to “pose” as a family member which apparently allows other members of the “family” to move up front in the line as well.

Not only can you ride “It’s a Small World” at Disney but you can also find out just how corrupt it is as well.

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