Local MP Lisa Chesters’ iconic red jacket that has graced the hallowed halls of political power and local cafes found itself in an unexpected rendezvous with the washing machine.
The white shirt emerged from the washing machine, looking like Barbie owned it.
Local dry cleaners are reportedly calling it “The Chesters Effect.”
Chesters remains unfazed, stating, “Sometimes, you must break a few colour wheels to make an unexpected fashion statement. Who knew my laundry room held the key to my future as a style icon?”
The Bendigo Standard reached out to Red Jacket for a comment, but it merely hung there in silence, basking in its newfound reputation as the local laundry room rebel.