I'm kind of slack-jawed in shock over this article. I've been rendered speechless.
"Clothes made in larger sizes should carry a tag with an obesity helpline number, health specialists have suggested. . . . [and they recommend] printing a helpline numbers for advice with all clothes sold with a waist of more than 40 in for men and 37 in for boys, women’s garments with a waist of more than 35 in or size 16 or above, and more than 31 in for girls."
But I'll bet you just did a mental calculation to see if you were above or below those numbers, didn't you?