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OffbeatWoman complained about her shoes hurting all night only to discover she'd been wearing them on the wrong FEET

18:15  18 september  2019
18:15  18 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A woman spent a night out complaining about her sore feet - only to discover the following day that she'd been wearing her heels on the wrong feet the whole time.

Ayleigh McGhee, from Glasgow, 'moaned' the entire night about how she couldn't walk in her shoes, not realising that she'd mixed up the right and left.

Woman complained about her shoes hurting all night only to discover she'd been wearing them on the wrong FEET© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ayleigh McGhee, from Glasgow, moaned about her shoes for the whole night, before discovering she had them on the wrong feet the entire time (as seen above)

Friend Georgia Henry shared the wardrobe mishap online in a tweet that has since gone viral - alongside a snap showing glamorous Ayleigh posing in the ill-fitting heels with her toes sticking out.

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Woman complained about her shoes hurting ' all night ' only to discover she ' d worn her heels on the wrong FEET . Discovered in the morning she's been wearing her stilettos on the wrong feet . Georgia Henry, from Glasgow, left Twitter in hysterics over her friend's mishap.

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Twitter users commented to say they were 'crying with laughter' over the mistake. One commented simply: 'Funniest thing.'

Another commented: 'Ayleigh omg you never fail', while another wrote: 'Hahahahaha aw man.' One added: 'How would you not know ffs.'

Others appeared sympathetic to Ayleigh, with one writing: 'Defo can see me doing this.'

Another commented: 'Ahh the thing is that literally is something I'd do ahahahaha.'

One added: 'Could have been me on that night tbh, considering they wouldn't even stay on.'

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While on a night out with pals, a Scottish woman constantly moaned about her shoes hurting . It turns out she was wearing her heels on the wrong feet . Ayleigh McGhee, from Glasgow, fell victim to the footwear faux pas after failing to realise before embarking out that she ’ d mixed up her left and right.

A woman who spent a night out moaning about her 'painful' new shoes realised the next day that she actually had them on the wrong feet . Ayleigh was actual moanin the full night sayin she couldn't walk in her shoes n only just realised this morning she was wearing them on the wrong feet :sob

Woman complained about her shoes hurting all night only to discover she'd been wearing them on the wrong FEET© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Her friend Georgia Henry later shared the hilarious story alongside this photo of Ayleigh's glamorous ensemble. A closer look shows how Ayleigh forced her feet into the wrong shoes

The photo shows Ayleigh posing in the kitchen ahead of the night out.

Her hair has been carefully styled and her black dress carefully matched to her animal print and shoes.

However a closer look reveals the shoes are on the wrong feet.

Posting the photo, Georgia wrote: 'Ayleigh was actual moaning the full night saying she couldn’t walk in her shoes and only just realised this morning she was wearing them on the wrong feet.'

Posting the crying emoji, she went on: 'This lassie man.'

Social media users were left in hysterics over the tweet, which quickly accumulated 32,000 likes.

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