As I watched the clip for the first time, I thought nothing of it. It’s a weather lady telling people about weather conditions. She has a dress on, but she’s totally appropriate. That’s why I was slightly confused when I saw the sweater being dangled to the side of the screen. The anchor was telling her to put it on.
Why in the world would she need to cover up?
He said that they were getting emails! What kind of emails? Telling her how nice she looked. Seriously, this little exchange is confusing. But then again, I do work in an environment where it’s nothing to see girls half naked. So when I see a lady in a dress showing off some shoulder, I don’t think much of it.
Tell Me What You Think Of This
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 15, 2016
Then, He Posts His Proud Accomplishment
— Chris Burrous (@chrisburrous) May 14, 2016
Okay, what could these emails possibly have said if they were objecting to what she was wearing. Come on! It gets into the strange area when you’re telling her to cover up.
And Then The Outcry
I highly doubt you would ever force a man to "cover up" live on air. Completely tasteless .@KTLA
— Aimi (@ak630) May 15, 2016
Are We Dressing Each Other Now?
"Coming up, on @KTLA: Does that tie really match our sports anchor's jacket?"
Spoiler: it doesn't matter at all, because he's a guy.
— Derek Willis (@derekwillis) May 15, 2016
So Of Course, He Had To Come Forward With An Apology
I completely understand meant in jest but I see how it seemed. I am sorry. I hope you will give me another chance
— Chris Burrous (@chrisburrous) May 15, 2016
But, I Want The Evidence Of These So-Called Emails
Well, I guess there you have it. Some people in this world are so critical of other people. Do they really sit there watching the show looking for things to complain about?
I don’t know people. Start enjoying life more and being miserable less. That’s about all I have to say about it.