A Brit woman has stirred a heated debate when she shared a "correct way" to wear a bathrobe.
Megan Garland, who lives in Alberta in Canada, claimed the majority of people have been wearing the fluffy garment wrong.
She took it to TikTok and demonstrated how it should be done.
In the clip seen more than 2.6 million times, the mum-of-three puts on a purple dressing gown and loops the belt into the holes on the side and ties a knot at the front.
She says: "I've been wearing a housecoat wrong this whole time."
Instead, Megan removes the belt and loops the belt in through the front.
She then closes it and ties a knot at the front, giving the effect of a cinched-in waist at the front and without the belt hanging at the back.
The clip has divided viewers as some said it stopped the belt from dropping.
One said: "Definitely more discreet and secure for the day spa!"
A second took Megan's advice and wrote: "Do mine like this now, feels much better."
While a third commented: "Oh my God, wondering why mine always unties itself! So it wasn't my wonderful figure."
But others questioned the practicality of taking off the robe.
A viewer asked: "How do you get it on and off? Unloop the belt beach time? You underestimate my laziness."
"Don't you have to wrestle the tie getting the robe on?" another added.
In other news, a Christian couple left viewers baffled over their decision of getting married before sex.
Stefanie and Caleb Rouse explained that it's a way to honour God and it sparked fierce debate on TikTok.
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