We all like to look nice. Whether we’re out on the town for the night or getting things done at work, we like to look our best.
Except, let’s be real: as much as we like to look nice, we also hate having to look nice, especially when we’re tired. Sometimes, we have more important things on our minds than what we’re wearing, and so we throw on any old thing.
Often, we’d like to be able to do that without being judged, right?
Well, it seems no matter what anyone does, there’s always someone ready to judge and shame. Why? No one knows. Apparently these judgmental folks have nothing better to do, though that never seems to stop them.
That’s exactly what happened when two women went shopping at a Tesco in the U.K. in pajamas, robes, and slippers. Their reasons for their clothing choice are their own, but they were minding their own business and shopping quietly.
What they didn’t know was that another shopper was watching them, and was apparently offended that they chose comfort over fashion while picking up milk and vegetables.
This shopper snapped a photo of them (without their knowledge or consent), and then contacted Tesco via Facebook to publicly shame them.
If that sounds ridiculous and cruel to you, you’re not alone. Another Facebook user spoke up in the women’s defense, and his message soon went viral.