TV reporter (and Christopher Reeve's son) swears he wasn't pantsless during live segment

Tracy Brown
Will Reeve says he was wearing shorts on Tuesday's "Good Morning America."  (Lorenzo Bevilaqua / ABC)

Superman’s son is just like the rest of us: He doesn’t always wear pants while working from home.

Will Reeve, a reporter for ABC and the son of late “Superman” actor Christopher Reeve, was caught wearing only business attire from the waist up on Tuesday’s edition of “Good Morning America.”

During Reeve's remote segment on CVS and UPS’ plan to deliver prescriptions using drones, eagle-eyed viewers noticed glimpses of Reeve’s thigh just above the graphic on the lower part of the screen.

“I have ARRIVED in the most hilariously mortifying way possible,” Reeve, 27, tweeted after his moment went viral. He also promised he was wearing shorts.

Those who have been able to work from home during the coronavirus crisis have had to make various adjustments, including more video calls. Plenty of people have also noted that working remotely means a much more lax dress code (despite some objections).

Reeve later explained on Twitter that he “got ready for a post-GMA workout a little too soon this morning.”

“Any sartorial tips from these people who are wearing a belt, trousers and shoes during their work video calls at home are most welcome,” wrote Reeve.