It seems like either nobody cares or everyone notices. CBC’s Adrian Harewood chronicled the incident on Twitter when he realized he was walking around the office with two different shoes on.
Clearly I can’t trust my @CBCOttawa newsroom colleagues. Unbeknownst to me I walked around the office all day wearing this “pair” of shoes. Only noticed it at day’s end. No one said a word. Ridiculous… pic.twitter.com/CZ2MIb3wi7
— Adrian Harewood (@CBCAdrianH) March 6, 2019
Harewood shared his embarrassment in a thread. He said, “I’m supposed to be a serious person. In fact, today I did a few serious things. I interviewed the respected host of @PnPCBC my colleague @VassyKapelos in her august studio talking about serious issues, issues of national significance…looking like a clown. She said nary a word!!” Soon, other people started to chime in:
— Bill Hodgins ð¨ð¦ (@bhwrites) March 6, 2019
— Stephanie Bell (@stephbell81) March 6, 2019
Oh, you mean like when I was giving tours of St Andrew's Church last summer, and no one bothered to tell me….. pic.twitter.com/ZOzW4SVJzz
— EJ Phillipsonð¨ð¦ (@EJPhillipson) March 6, 2019
Turns out, Harewood wasn’t the only person who fell victim to mismatched shoes and accessories. Everyone reached out in solidarity. After all, sometimes you’re just in a rush!