A South Florida family was recently denied entry into Universal Orlando because one member was wearing a shirt that said "police," and he is not a sworn law-enforcement officer.

Christian Jarosz told the Orlando Sentinel on Wednesday that he and his wife traveled with their daughters and a friend to Central Florida from Jupiter on Aug. 24 to see the Blue Man Group perform. A security guard told the family they weren't allowed onto the property because of the "police" shirt Jarosz was wearing, he said.

Jarosz said his brother, who is an officer in New York, gave him the "police" shirt as a gift and he wears it because he is proud of his sibling. Jarosz said the security officers told him Universal does not allow people to wear clothing identifying themselves as police in the park.

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