Just call it a "Fast Pass" to hell, but some unapologetic rich parents are hiring disabled people so they can skip the lines at Disney theme parks. 

While you had to take out a second mortgage just to get in to the park, some rich mom's in Manhattan are confessing to hiring disabled tour guides to help them cut line. Disney has a policy that states a disabled person can cut line with "up to six family members".

The line to get in to popular attractions at Disney can last for hours during school vacations as parents flock to take their children to "the happiest place on Earth".

Some tour groups are taking full advantage of that and are offering disabled tour guides that will pose as family members. Those brokers charge around $130 per hour for the tour guide. Disney has a VIP program that lets you skip line, but that can cost over $300 per hour.

As one snobbish mother put it, "My daughter waited one minute to get on ‘It’s a Small World’ — the other kids had to wait 2 1/2 hours.” So while you worked your butt off to give your kids the perfect vacation, they are busy cheating the system and cutting line.

(New York Post)