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Gogglebox star Amy Tapper calls for bigger airline and theme park seats for plus-sized people

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GOGGLEBOX'S Amy Tapper has said theme parks and aeroplanes should have bigger seats for plus-sized customers, saying: "People shouldn't be embarrased." The 20-year-old Channel 4 star spoke about how she was shut out of a Harry Potter ride with her dad Jonathan, 52, because the seat belt wouldn't lock.

Speaking to Vas J Morgan's I Am Enough she said: "When I was 17 I went to Disney for a family trip and when I went there we were walking and my dad is big as well and he's always had that underlying guilty feeling. "We went to Disney and we went to the Harry Potter section and there was one ride my mum and brother were talking about all day that they wanted to go on - a 4D simulator that was a rollercoaster at the same  time. "When me and when.

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