TV Presenter Suffers Awkward 'Boobgate' Wardrobe Malfunction
When you're on TV, you're often criticised and scrutinized for everything you do.
Whether it's for the way you speak, what you're wearing, even your hairstyle can cause a flurry of posts on social media.
Well, one TV presenter in New Zealand realised that when she stepped out in front of the camera with a nice, pink shirt that looked very different when she sat down.
Toni Street was on Seven Sharp at the weekend and thought the number she was wearing was really lovely.
However, when she sat on the couch next to her co-star, the top moved slightly to give the impression she had very low hanging nipples.
People were quick to comment about the situation on social media, with one person saying: "Poor Toni it does look bad won't be rushing off and buying that dress."
Another added: "Anyone that actually thinks those are her nipples have probably never seen a real breast before!"
Thankfully, the TV presenter has been a great sport about the whole situation, explaining what happened on her radio show Laura, Sam & Toni Hits this morning.
"When I was on Seven Sharp I put on an outfit with my dear stylist and it looked fantastic standing up," Toni told her listeners.
"But when you sat down there were two darts underneath my breast area that ended up looking like big old saggy nips.
"It looks like I had giant breast with these giant nipples and I feel like I have to clear up that they were not my nipples!
"There are still people this morning saying 'ah I hate to point this out but your nipples are really big and saggy'...No, they're not mine!
"I love it when my boobs get talked about. In fact, I think this is the first time it's happened, so it's great times."
But if you thought that was bad, then at least your wardrobe malfunction wasn't immortalised on the internet forever, for everyone to see whenever.
Kind of like how Google Maps cars capture some unfortunate moments.
We found one in Germany: A poor lady was going about her day, cycling through a city centre just minding her own business.
She wasn't to know that the Google Maps car was lurking, ready to snap her when she least expected it and cement her in the annals of history.
So thank your lucky stars you're not having people check you out on an unfortunate day.
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