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The moral of this story (like many on the internet nowadays) is think before you tweet.
Michael Kane, a radio business reporter from Canada, found himself in hot water when he recently tweeted about seeing two Muslim women outside a lingerie shop.
I'm just a reporter: saw two modestly-dressed women with religious headgear come out of Victoria's Secret store in the Eaton Centre
Kane later deleted his tweet, but not before people clocked it and wondered why on earth he felt the need to bring this everyday occurrence to everyone's attention.
"They then proceeded to the Food Court and reportedly consumed a substance known as FroYo." https://t.co/2nFcTaBFrw — Imraan Siddiqi (@Imraan Siddiqi)
Imagine when he finds out we do other stuff too. — Imraan Siddiqi (@Imraan Siddiqi)
@Michael_KaneBNN @MotherbirdPoem You seem confused. Muslim women wearing underwear of any kind IS NOT NEWS, is not… https://t.co/YLKUPLfDyK — Cheryl Cook Realtor® (@Cheryl Cook Realtor®)
Naturally, the phrase: "I'm just a reporter" began doing the rounds on Twitter...
I'm just a reporter: just saw two White women in uggs leaving the spice aisle of the grocery store. — Myrrhx & Sleighngels 🎄🎅 (@Myrrhx & Sleighngels 🎄🎅)
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