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Anti-bullying campaigners are calling for the removal of a controversial gym advert in Long Easton, which suggests aliens are coming to abduct people who are overweight.
The gym owners responsible say it was only intended as a bit of fun, but now the advertising standards watchdog is assessing complaints that the ad is offensive.
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Fit4Less gym in Long Eaton has released a statement following criticism about one of its posters.
The poster pictures some aliens beaming up a person into their space ship.
Text on the advert reads: "They're coming…And when they arrive they'll take the FAT ones first!" It then says "Save yourself!" with an arrow pointing to the gym's website.
A spokesperson for Fit4less said:
"We have used this campaign many times across our network of some 90 fitness clubs. We certainly didn’t mean to cause offence and we care about the relationships that we build with the communities that we serve.
"We also believe, however, that if we are going to reach more people as a sector then we need to stop taking ourselves so seriously and realise that if we want to attract normal people, then we need to be willing to poke fun at ourselves and our irreverent messaging is designed to do exactly that.
"We have found that by taking a lighted hearted approach we can connect with more people who would enjoy what we have to offer."