Abercrombie & Fitch under fire for not selling plus-sized clothes
Abercombie & Fitch is in the hot seat for discriminating against overweight customersPhoto: Video by ktnv.com
(KTNV) -- Abercrombie & Fitch is in the hot seat again.
The popular chain is accused of discriminating against overweight customers.
If you are looking for a woman's extra-large blouse, you are out of luck.
The trendy retailer's CEO, Michael Jeffries, does not want your business.
A spokesperson for Abercrombie has said before that a lot of people don't belong in their clothes.
Bust some critics say that the CEO's idea may not fit the future since plus-sized shoppers now make of 67 percent of consumers.
The largest size Abercrombie and Fitch carries is a size 10, which is three sizes short of the national average.