Forever 21 may have dug itself a really big hole with a promotion that's being viewed as very fatphobic. Shoppers are reporting that they've been receiving weight-loss bars with their plus-size orders. Numerous Forever 21 shoppers have taken to Twitter to share photos of their unwanted diet "gifts." People are also reporting that Forever 21's customer service has done absolutely nothing about the offensive diet bars once contacted. 

If you think Forever 21 sending out diet bars with plus-size clothes sounds like a parody headline, then check out these sickening receipts. Given Forever 21's history of mistreating plus-size shoppers with the in-store experiences and sizing offerings, this reflects badly on the retailer. 

It's real, people. Forever 21 patrons are getting diet bars with their plus-size orders.

"I went from a size 24 to 18, still a plus size girl, so I ordered jeans from @Forever21. Opened the package, when I looked inside I see this Atkins bar. What are you trying to Tell me Forever 21? I’m FAT, LOSE WEIGHT? Do you give these to NON-PLUS SIZE WOMEN as well?" one person tweeted along with a photo of the Atkins diet bar she received in her clothing package. 

Another woman tweeted on behalf of her mom. 

"My mom ordered some clothes from @Forever21‘s plus-size collection and they sent [an] Atkins diet bar along with the stuff she ordered," she wrote. This is horrible. Imagine ordering a ton of clothes that you can't wait to put on, and then receiving a diet bar that basically suggests that you lose weight with your package? Forever 21 completely did not think this through. 

One person noted that Forever 21's customer service handled the situation terribly.

"Can we please get this trending? My friend ordered Plus Size clothes and @Forever21 sent her an Atkins Diet Bar! Called customer service and they won't do ANYTHING," she wrote. Ordering new clothes and trying them on is already a triggering experience for some people who are plus-size due to the fat-shaming they experience and the lack of quality options in their sizes. Why would you send a DIET BAR?! How does that help anything?! 

The diet bars are making shoppers regret even buying their plus-size clothes from Forever 21.

"YES shame on me for ordering from @Forever21 but why do they have to push diet food on me?? It came with an Atkins bar??" one person wrote with surprise. 

Seriously, does Forever 21 not realize the message it sends when it sends plus-size people a bar by a diet company? That messaging is so obvious, and it's pretty difficult to believe that no one at Forever 21 understood this to be offensive.

People want Forever 21 to realize that promoting diet bars with plus-size clothes is triggering for people with eating disorders and other body image issues.

"@Forever21, why are you sending out Atkins bars with your plus-size orders? It's hella fatphobic, insensitive, and harmful to everyone involved. Diet culture continues to thrive because of companies like you who 'subtly' shove it down people’s throats. Please address this," one person criticized.

Shoppers are justifiably offended that Forever 21 would attempt to police their bodies, diets, and lifestyles.

"Thanks @Forever21. I have received my order of five items from the plus section... Oh, and this #Atkins bar that slipped in there. I don't take kindly to people telling me how to live my life. Oh, and when you were packing the diet bar, you forgot to put my actual invoice," one woman wrote. Sigh. This was such a fail. 

Marketing professional and fashion expert Shelby Ivey Christie also called out Forever 21, saying that the diet bar was an all-around terrible marketing strategy.

"If this is indeed a brand partnership between you @Forever21 + Atkins I’d strongly suggest you reevaluate it," Christie wrote. "Not only is it coming off as discriminatory but it isn’t even rolled out well. It's completely catching customers off guard with [a] distasteful implied message to lose weight." 

Let's hope that Forever 21 addresses this issue ASAP because this isn't OK at all.