Lindsay Lohan clearly didn't check the view from her rear before she left home for a spot of retail therapy, as the actress was clearly oblivious to what was going on behind her.
The actress suffered a major wardrobe malfunction as she emerged from her car in Malibu, California for a shopping trip in trendy Melrose Avenue.
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Exposed: Lindsay Lohan exposed more than she would have liked as she browsed the boutiques of trendy Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles yesterday
Lindsay showed off rather more than she would have liked in her pale blue print minidress - as her bottom was left exposed as her dress appeared stuck in her nude-coloured knickers.
The Georgia Rule star - who is in recovery after a stint in rehab - appeared unconcerned, as she headed towards the trendy clothes stores on Melrose Avenue.
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Cover up: The view from the front is not as thrilling for onlookers from the 21-year-old actress
Details of Lindsay's court case will remain private - but she has to complete community service in a morgue
Meanwhile, Lindsay breathed a sigh of relief after a judge changed his mind about making more of her legal woes public.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Stern has ruled that lawyers involved on both sides of the row cannot speak publicly about her testimony. But the decision does not resolve whether the meeting can be videotaped or not.
Lohan's lawyer has argued that a tape could easily be worth thousands of dollars to some media outlets and would almost certainly be leaked through the system.
Lindsay is set to be questioned by lawyers in a hearing concerning a lawsuit over one of her many car accidents.
Restaurant worker Raymundo Ortega sued the Mean Girls star in June for negligence, claiming she was drinking and distracted by the paparazzi when she rammed into his van with her Mercedes on October 4, 2005, following a lunch with friends at restaurant the Ivy in West Hollywood.
Lindsay has been ordered to do a community service stint in a morgue as part of her punishment for a drink-driving offence.
Her two four-hour days at the morgue are part of a court-ordered programme to show drivers the real-life consequences of drinking and driving.
She must also spend two days working in a hospital accident and emergency department.
Police at the time blamed Ortega, who wants £100,000 in damages, for the accident, saying the Los Angeles man made an illegal U-turn in front of Lohan and that alcohol did not factor into the crash.