Woman wins battle to get store to stop selling bathroom scales because they encourage this

Woman wins battle to get store to stop selling bathroom scales because they encourage this
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A Manchester woman’s crusade against … weighing scales has prompted supermarket bosses to remove the product from shelves.

Rachel May Shevlin claimed that the £3.99 bathroom scales she’d spotted in a local B&M store with the words “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” were irresponsible and the slogan could harm those with the eating disorder.

She posted an angry message on Facebook along with a photo of the product, which has been liked more than 5,500 times and shared 2,220 times.

And bosses at the chain have now responded to the uproar by saying they would withdraw the product.

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