A female bodybuilder has been heavily criticised for ‘body-shaming’ whilst at the gym, after she posted images on her Snapchat.
Diana Andrews shared an image of a woman on a treadmill with the caption ‘love handles’, before she shared a further post joking that the woman was probably ‘ordering for delivery’.
Her social accounts have since been made private, and she has apologised to her 17,000 followers.
She said on Snapchat: “I realise I was wrong to make this silly joke.
“It wasn’t my intention to body shame, hurt or disrespect anyone.”
The UK Bodybuilding and Fitness Association condemned her behaviour. A spokesman said: “We are totally against this kind of thing. We have already told her off and she has apologised. It is not very nice.”
Diana later took to Facebook to explain herself, insisting that she was making a joke about the fact the woman was using a phone on a treadmill, not body shaming.
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