- Tk Ghiloni (@tkghiloni) July 28, 2014
Many took to the company's Facebook page and dubbed the billboard as "fat-shaming", "unoriginal" and "hurtful".
One user wrote: "Good for you profiting on the insecurities of women," another added: "Friends don't prey on the low self esteem of other or degrade the natural beauty of the human body for profit."
In response to the wave of criticism the add received the company wrote: "Plastic surgery is not for everyone. This ad is not to offend anyone. It's simply to get people to chuckle. Try to see the lighter side of this ad."
As always, you can let us know what you think on Twitter @MyDailyUK.
A recent study claimed that fat-shaming doesn't inspire anyone to change their habits and often leads to weight gain.
Watch the video below to hear more and how the issue can be tackled head on...
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