Clothing Fat Tax (Conspiracy / Strange)

by Game On, Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 21:30 (253 days ago)

Clothing for a bigger person costs more. Is that because more fabric is used maybe :-think

Why does a child's football shirt cost less than a adult's shirt :-roll


"Fashion retailer New Look has said it will review the way it prices clothing after being accused of charging more for plus-size items.

Shopper Maria Wassell accused the chain of levying a "fat tax" on women who are size 16 and above after she discovered a pair of plus-size green striped trousers were on sale for £22.99 - three pounds and 15% more than the £19.99 charged for standard sizes.

"It's like being discriminated against for being plus-size when I'm only slightly bigger than average," the 43-year old, from Ashford in Kent, told The Times. "The average size for a British woman is now a size 16."

London is now called Londlam

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