Woman's wardrobe malfunction on vacation leaves TikTok users shocked: 'Doing me dirty'

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A pair of shorts foiled a woman’s plan to take perfect pictures on her trip to see the London Eye.

TikTok user Alyxmeade shared pictures of her outfit — a white top, green biker shorts and a green bag — ahead of her photo opp at the iconic Ferris wheel. 

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“When you think your green outfit is cute but wanna go on the London Eye,” she said

She then revealed the professional photo she took outside of the attraction. Her legs completely disappeared into the picture because the color of her shorts perfectly matched the green screen behind her.

Her body appeared to be floating.

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Some viewers were confused about why there was a green screen present at all, and she clarified that you can’t actually get a perfect photo at the tourist attraction, so they superimpose it into the background so it eliminates all opportunities for error. 

Unless you’re wearing green, that is. 

The video, titled “Green screen doing me dirty,” racked up more than 2.7 million views. 

Some commenters thanked her for the warning. Others thanked her for the tip to make their vacation photos hilarious.

“I’m in London now so thanks for the tip [because] I definitely won’t be wearing green,” one user said.

“I’m about to go to the London Eye in full green from the neck down,” another wrote.

Let this be a lesson to you: Don’t wear green to the London Eye, unless you’re going for the disembodied head look.

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