Most parents’ greatest joy is to see their children happy. For Sophie Figg, taking her wheelchair-using son Harrison to a U.K. theme park should have been a fun experience. Even though the toddler couldn’t get on as many rides as other children his age, he could still revel in the jovial atmosphere.
But their excursion to Gulliver’s Land in Milton Keynes on August 2, 2017, left Figg distressed, humiliated and angry. And it all happened because the theme park’s staff allegedly made an outlandish request of the young mother and her disabled son.