As Ros Childs presented the lunchtime news on Australian news network ABC News 24 this past Monday, she had viewers focusing on something other than the hard-hitting current events...
That afternoon Childs unwittingly wore a plush pink blouse that, as viewers pointed out, looked like it had cartoon boobs drawn on them.
Ups;) https://t.co/T3MXNlTYQN— Dawid (@TenDawid) March 15, 2016
And there was no turning back from there. During the whole newscast, viewers took to social media to point out the garment's chest pockets resembled "sharpie boobs.'"
oops sharpie boobs.- Damn it wardrobe department, you had one job! https://t.co/ELo1MvHRxp— HotDog Water (@xnailbunnyx) March 14, 2016
News anchor's shirt makes her look like she has cartoon boobs https://t.co/PECnrXupPU— YAYA- Nina Angelini (@yahangie) March 14, 2016
Here's to the fashion pieces we wish we could unsee.
This is Ros Childs.She's an anchor for the lunchtime newscast on Australian network ABC News 24.But viewers had a hard time focusing on what Childs was saying about a bombing in Turkey... and paid more attention to her shirtChilds unwittingly wore a plush pink blouse that, as viewers pointed out, looked like it had cartoon boobs drawn on them.And that's how the sharpie boob shirt was born.But she's not alone in the world of newscaster wardrobe fashion fails. Fellow Aussie newscaster Natarsha Belling turned a few heads in 2015 when she donned a top that produced a phallic neckline on television.
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