The TV-correspondent son of late “Superman” actor Christopher Reeve was caught with his pants down during a live segment Tuesday.
Will Reeve, 27, was explaining to his ABC colleagues on “Good Morning America” how pharmacies will soon be relying on drones to make prescription deliveries amid the coronavirus pandemic — while dressed in a button-down blue shirt and suit jacket while reporting from home.
What he was missing were pants.
The hunky ABC reporter’s choice of clothing — or lack thereof — was exposed as the camera pulled off him at the end of his segment to return to the show’s hosts, Michael Strahan and Amy Robach.
But Reeve took it in stride when Twitter followers ribbed him on the moment.
“I have ARRIVED* *in the most hilariously mortifying way possibly,” Reeve tweeted alongside a split screen grab of his “GMA” hosts and the moment he was caught with his pants off.
“Those are shorts i promise,” he added along with an emoji of embarrassment.
“Man the more I look at this the more thigh I see. Yikes,” read another of his tweets.
Reeve is the son of the movie actor who famously portrayed Superman before being left a quadriplegic when he was thrown from a horse in 1995. Christopher Reeve died in 2004. Will Reeve’s mother is Dana Reeve.