JCPenney recently sent home (now former) employee Sylva Stoel for wearing shorts deemed “too revealing” for work, which is hilarious because the shorts are from JCPenney. What makes it even funnier is that Stoel worked in the store’s Career section. And with one tweet, featuring the supposed scandal of a clothing item, Stoel set the social media world aflame.

Now everyone wants to know why this isn’t like some sort of fashion world entrapment, so a JCPenney spokesperson recently told People:

JCPenney’s dress code policy for store associates prohibits the wearing of shorts of any length. This policy applies to both male and female associates. We have reached out to the associate who blogged about this policy, but she has not returned our telephone calls thus far.

Stoel, however, says she was never informed of this, and the whole thing since has become a much larger conversation.