Australian Prime Minister scoffed at the “left” sneakers on both legs

Australian Prime Minister scoffed at the "left" sneakers on both legsNetizens ridiculed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Scott Morrison) for an incompetently edited photo in which he was shod in two sneakers with his left foot. Comical snapshot spawned a flash mob in social networks, according to CNN .

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The image appeared on the official website of the head of government. To hide the dirty shoes on the original image, the assistants painted the official two left snow-white sneakers. One of Twitter users paid attention to their mistake .

“History of 2019: our last PM has cool white sneakers, which are photographed on its feet on its official website ?! Yes. A regular guy. Our taxes work great, ”he wrote. The user accompanied his comment with a shoegate hashtag.

This exposing hashtag was picked up by other users. They began to add white sneakers to the official pictures of politicians. One of them jokingly “crowned” the Prime Minister with fake shoes.

Morrison tweeted a photo of his real sneakers on Twitter and asked his subordinates to change other problems in his appearance. “The message for my department: I did not ask for shoe cleaning, but if you are obliged to use Photoshop, please focus on the hair (their absence), and not on the legs!” He wrote.

Morrison also added that he always puts on such shoes when the dress code does not require it. Subscribers supported him and shared pictures of their favorite worn sneakers.

Previously, users ridiculed the Chairman of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker for the fact that he appeared in public in multicolored shoes. Some have taken it for an optical illusion.

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