A clothes shop at Dunstable in Bedfordshire has started selling trousers with upwards of a 44 inch waist to schoolchildren. The owner of the Dunstable store says there's been an increased demand for extra large schoolwear.
It comes as a scheme in the town designed to help teenagers get fit was cancelled because of a lack of interest. Watch Lauren Carter's report.
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