Working at Disneyland is quite a dream for some people. But then, it appears it also has its low. A woman who once worked there has shared how married men would hit on her while she was dressed as Peter Pan’s Tinker Bell. This revelation emerged after one of Sarah Daniels’ TikTok followers asked: “How many dads end up hitting you BECAUSE you’re the character?”
Sarah Daniels, who worked at Disneyland, claimed married men hit on her when dressed as Tinker Bell.
She admitted that the men with their kids would voluntarily hand over their hotel room keys and tell her where they were staying. “This is a unique question because I feel like if dudes are going to be creeps and hit on you, they’re gonna hit on you whether you’re a character or not.”
The revelation emerged while answering questions about what it’s like to play a Disney princess.
“But there are many moments, especially as Tinker Bell when I had men – married men hand me keys to their hotel room and tell me where they were staying,” @sarahdanielstv explained in her clip, which has since been watched over 400K times. Comments weighed in, with many suggesting what she should have done with the keys.
Sarah admitted that the men would hand her room keys and tell her where they were staying.
One person expressed: This just made me sad for the families. Sometimes people don’t deserve what they have.” Another wrote: “You should have given their keys to a homeless person.” While a fourth asked: “But did you go take all their things out of their room?” A few were left unimpressed that such things happen and admitted to being in shock. However, Sarah identifies herself as a Twitch streamer, actor, singer, and host.
In a follow-up clip, the Twitch streamer also opened about how she dealt with the creepy dads.
Sarah also opened up about dealing with creepy dads in an updated clip while claiming she was always caught really off-guard. She added: “Usually, if I were having an issue, I would divert them to my character attendant because you’re not supposed to say no.” Sarah reiterated that the character attendant usually “take care of the creepy dads for you.”