Watching the weather in the morning is an essential part of many people’s days when they wake up and start to get ready for work or school. Knowing what the sky is going to do dictates much of how one’s day will progress.
Some people got more than just the weather one morning when they tuned in to a local Mexican weather channel for the morning broadcast.
The female weather reporter had a lot more to show than just the weather due to a wardrobe malfunction, and it has the internet going wild.
Susana Almeida was reporting the weather on channel four, when after moving around her pants started to reveal too much.
For the first half of the presentation, she was holding a remote control in front of her, covering the unfortunate wardrobe malfunction caused by her tight pants. Once she started giving the report and moved the remote control away from her pants, she was totally exposed. She must be so embarrassed.
She had no idea the entire time, and continued to present the weather as usual. The screen capture of her segment was recorded, and is now available on the internet.
Whether or not this was a morally correct move by the person who posted it, many are getting a kick out of the video, as shown by some of the colorful comments beneath it.
(if you wish to see the comments, go check out the video)
A number of people are now claiming that Susana Almeida is now their favorite weather woman, and hope to see more of her on screen in the morning.
Before going viral for her unfortunate wardrobe malfunction, Susana Almeida had been deemed one of the world’s sexiest weather girls. Now she’s going viral for a totally different reason!
One Imgur user commented, “Those curves are dangerous, it is a good think I like danger! Those curves are 15MPH but I would take them at 40MPH! Dayyyummm, them curves!”
If you want to see the video of her segment with the wardrobe malfunction, you can check out the video below, and let us know in the comments what you think of the incident!
Something tells me Almeida this will not be Alemida’s last time in the news.