Woman Told She Was Too Fat For Disneyland Ride Loses Half Her Bodyweight


A 19-stone woman who was refused entry to a Disney Land ride has lost half her body weight and now gives fitness tutorials online.

34-year-old Christina Jordan was told she couldn’t go on the Indiana Jones roller coaster because the seat belt didn’t fit while on a family trip to California.

Mrs Jordan has explained that it was one of the most embarrassing moments of her life and explained exactly what happened.

She said: 

It was the most embarrassing moment of my life. My family and I waited two hours in line for one ride and we’re hot and cranky.

When we finally go to sit, the seat belt doesn’t fit over me. The poor kid that’s manning the ride says ‘I’m sorry ma’am, it doesn’t fit. You’re too large to ride this ride’.

I bolted off that ride but I couldn’t fit through the people counter. My hips were too wide, so they had to open the gate, and I felt like cattle being brought out to slaughter.

The event forced her to turn her life around and lose 9 stone 7lbs.

Now she inspires others with her transformation and shares her fitness tips on fitbodyweightloss her Instagram page and became a fully fledged social media star.

Christina claims her secret was a lean protein diet and to stop stressing about being skinny and focus on being healthy instead.

For years Christina has felt self-conscious about her weight but it took the Disneyland trip to change her outlook and drop 16 (US) dress sizes.

Good for you Christina!