Mom offers her sincere apologies to the teachers and staff for Sons shirt

A Texas mom posted a public apology to Facebook after  she accidentally sent her 10-year-old to school wearing what she thought was a T-shirt with an innocent McDonald’s logo. It turned out to be a lewd parody of the the famous golden arches instead. Shelly McCullar says her son went to school on Wednesday (April 4) wearing a red shirt bearing what looked like the McDonald’s logo. She later realized that the “M” shape she’d mistaken for an image of the golden arches was actually a depiction of a pair of wide-spread women’s legs wearing high heels, above the slogan “I’m loving it.”


When she discovered what was actually on her son’s shirt, she said, she was hugely embarrassed. She promptly posted an apology to Facebook, noting that she’d received the shirt in a box of hand-me-down clothes and hadn’t had a chance to go through them closely.

… McCullar said her son did not get in trouble for the shirt, and her son told her his teachers also seemed to have failed to notice that he was not wearing an ordinary McDonald’s shirt.

 
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