Julie Eke was just trying to sell a pair of wardrobes online, but accidentally flashed a pair of…something else in the photo.
Her daughter was happy to share the story online.
Nice one mum pic.twitter.com/pxEgu8mPR4
— Sophie Eke (@sophieeke_) October 13, 2018
After posting the wardrobes online, a very polite stranger messaged Julie directly:
“I don’t mean to be rude but I thought I’d let you know… it seems there are some boobs in the mirror!”
She realized her mistake…not putting a shirt on and being directly reflected in the mirror between the two wardrobes.
The mortified mom sent the interaction to her daughter, Sophie, who shared it to Twitter and said it was the “funniest thing she’d ever seen.”
— kurtis (@thisishowwedos) October 14, 2018
NOOOOOOO I’m howling hahahahahah
— parker cannons chest hole (@xsarah_spencerx) October 13, 2018
Honestly Sophie this just makes my day every time it comes up
— Shannon Simm (@ShannonLSimm) October 15, 2018
So… those are your mum’s boobs?? This is quite incredible
— Amy (@AmyxJean) October 14, 2018
The rest of the internet is in an uproar about this.
This is super funny, but does your poor mortified mother know it's on Twitter uncensored?!
— Rachael (@Persephonical) October 14, 2018
Is the wardrobe still available?
— Liv Cooke (@LivCookefs) October 15, 2018
You have just broken the Internet well done
— Thomas Newton ® (@Tnewton_1988) October 14, 2018
I actually can't breathe
— aimee (@aimeeeerenvoize) October 13, 2018
@samhunt_ you always retweet the funniest stuff. Laughed out loud three times bc of you in the last 5 mins thanks for blessing my timeline
— Summer Shayne (@summershayne_) October 14, 2018
How’s that for a literal wardrobe malfunction?
Oh my lordddd
— palat's.co (@arlhqal_) October 15, 2018
This is quality content
— godcomplex (@brattykayce) October 15, 2018
@_laurenvaughanx I’m howling
— Georgia (@YoItsGeorgia_) October 18, 2018
@ambertudge Im crying
— Melanie (@_melaniesilva7) October 14, 2018
We feel we have learned a valuable lesson today.
Always be aware of reflective surfaces when taking photographs. You never know what might be reflected back at you…