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A woman was left red-faced by an unexpected design flaw in her running shorts. Watch her reveal her mistake here:
Not ideal, eh?
Personal trainer Madison Hildreth - or @madisonraehildreth as she's known on TikTok - decided to treat herself to a brand new pair of nude-coloured gym shorts, which she put on before going out on a run.
However, as the began to build up a sweat, the crotch of the shorts turned a much darker colour, making it look as though she'd wet herself.
Seeing the funny side of her sartorial mistake, Madison shared a clip to TikTok in which she explained: "So I noticed people staring at me on my jog this morning.
"I stood in the mirror when I got home... And I realised why."
But not everyone could see what the problem was with one TikTok user saying: "I don't get it."
Prompting Madison to bluntly explain: "I was sweating so much and it looked like I peed my pants."
Captioning the video, she wrote: "Lesson of the day: Don't wear light coloured shorts in 90-degree weather."
Although she managed to have a laugh at her own expense, Madison has since said she'll stick to wearing darker colours while working out in future.
Since deciding to share the funny clip, Madison has been flooded with messages of sympathy from fellow fitness fans who were quick to let her know she wasn't alone.
One person commented: "Don't sweat it... I mean, don't worry about it. This is also me at the gym."
Another said: "Showed you were working hard! Own it."
While a third commented: "I know the feeling. I just remind myself that if they don't get it, they are not used to putting in work."
Now, while Madison is happy to confine those shorts to the bin, earlier this year a gym goer says she was ordered to 'cover up' after wearing a pair of leggings and cropped t-shirt to the gym.
Alana, from New Jersey, said staff told her she would need to cover or leave as she was in breach of the dress code.
After sharing her - perfectly standard - outfit online social media users were left baffled about what rules she had broken.
One person asked: "What's their explanation? I see nothing remotely wrong."
Alana responded: "They said my shirt was too short so I should pull my shirt down more and my leggings up more."