NBC's Jeff Rossen investigates the shocking way some families have been cutting to the front of those long lines at Disney: by hiring disabled tour guides with special passes so they get onto rides without a wait.
It can be frustrating to wait in long lines at Disneyland, but now some families have figured out how to cheat the system. TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen and his team went undercover at the theme park to investigate what many call a shameful trick.
Watch the video report above or click here to read a text piece showing what they learned about skipping to the front of the line.
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