Suit against Hong Kong Disneyland

Update: More from The Standard. Disney making changes?

It might just be posturing by the Hong Kong Government, but someone wants to get Disney in trouble for the mess created when Hong Kong Disneyland had to close its gates due to capacity concerns.

"Since there were no entry limitations printed on the presold tickets, Disney’s decision to refuse holders entry was a breach of contract," said legislator Ronny Tong, who is also a barrister. He cited a case in England where a judge ordered a travel agent to not only refund the price of a ticket, but also travel and transportation costs as well as hotel charges as the holder had suffered a "loss of enjoyment."


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