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Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress most famous for playing shoe-obsessed Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex and the City,” caught flack for a social media post regarding the launch of the New York City shoe store.
Posting a photo of her standing on a box, stacking shoeboxes, wearing stilettos, the actress quipped on Instagram: “31 West 54th Street. Doors are open. Masks are on. Shoes are stocked. Ready to be of service. X, SJ.”
Not so cute, according to the women’s magazine Marie Claire, which pointed out Friday that the photo op was a big no-no, as followers worried “she was in violation of Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules.”
“I think standing on a cardboard box in those gorgeous shoes is an OSHA violation, @sarahjessicaparker. Be careful!” one follower wrote. Another wrote: “Lol this photo can’t be OSHA approved! Be careful!” “I love her but that was my first thought too,” wrote another fan.
Lawyers representing a class action against the makers of SweeTarts candy over ingredient claims got a sweet deal.