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An image of a family carrying a child in a baby stroller to avoid paying the expensive entrance fee to an American amusement park has spread online.

According to foreign media such as the New York Post and The Independent on the 22nd of local time, a video titled 'Poor child got on a baby stroller' was recently posted on TikTok

, with the caption, "When the entrance fee to the amusement park rises." It shows a family and a baby stroller standing in a queue.

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At first glance, it may not seem strange, but in the video, an oversized child is riding in the stroller covered with a blanket.

The entrance gate staff put their finger in their mouth and glanced at the child in the stroller, then smiled and allowed entry.

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Afterwards, a child in a princess costume from a cartoon movie gets off the stroller that safely (?) enters the amusement park.

The video was filmed at a famous amusement park in the United States, which is $109 per day for visitors aged 10 years and older, and $104 per day for 3-9 year-olds (about 140,000 Korean currency). 7,000 won), but it is known to offer free benefits such as no admission fee to users under the age of 3 years old.

The video caught the attention of local netizens with over 8.3 million views within 5 days of being posted.

Netizens who saw the video responded negatively, saying, "Aren't you ashamed", "What do children see and learn", and "It is not for nothing", while some commented, "Even the entrance gate staff smiles. Is the entrance fee expensive?" They also showed reactions such as "I made my children tell my 4-year-old son that he is 2 years old", "There are 5 people in my family, but I only paid the entrance fee for 4 people."

(Photo=TikTok 'myfrienditsmebarbie')