Twitter user Sylvie Metcalfe stumbled across the bizarre sight when browsing the brand's website, and took to Twitter to point out their very offensive mistake.
You can't make this stuff up.
Simply Be's UK social media team were quick to respond to Metcalfe, and other Twitter users, assuring them that the photo was not deliberately used.
They explained that there was a fault in the site's system, causing it to pull in random images instead of the correct ones listed with the products.
@SylvieMett Oh no! We've had a few site issues with wrong images showing. Thank you for raising it, we have passed it onto the team here to— SimplyBe.co.uk (@SimplyBeUK) December 7, 2015
@SylvieMett It can be any image from across our sites, it has just been a very unfortunate one this time.— SimplyBe.co.uk (@SimplyBeUK) December 7, 2015
Is that a likely explanation? Or the work of a very disgruntled employee?
That's one reason not to cancel Christmas bonuses, guys.