PAMPA, Texas (KAMR) — A hand-me-down-shirt in Pampa has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.

It started when Shelly McCullar’s 9-year-old son wore a questionable shirt to school.

At a glance, the shirt looks like a typical McDonald’s shirt: red background with what appears to be golden arches, and the trademark slogan: “I’m lovin’ it.” 

However, if you take a closer look, you will see that is not the case.

This shirt is causing quite a buzz as there are no golden arches plastered on it. That was the realization for McCullar, her son, and some of the staff at his school. 

We do want to warn you, some may find the shirt offensive.

McCullar said she found the shirt and situation embarrassing and later on pretty funny, and so did thousands of people who saw her Facebook post about the mistakenly worn shirt. 

Since she shared the t-shirt mishap, it has garnered 114,000 shares, 95,000 reactions and 60,000 comments.

“My heart started to beat really fast,” said McCullar, “felt my face get all warm and I’m like, oh my gosh. So I kinda had a moment of panic. It is what it is. I didn’t plan on it to go viral.”

Some may be wondering how and why she did not notice the shirt before taking her son to school.

McCullar said it was covered with a jacket so she could only see the red part of the shirt, but moving forward she told us she is going to be more careful and double check the clothes she has as well as her family’s before heading out the door.

McCullar also said she has had several requests from people who want to buy the shirt, but she told us she might turn it into a t-shirt quilt and give it to her son when he is older.