Kimmel Sketch Shows Fat People How To Wear Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch was got another F you after CEO Mike Jeffries’ 2006 comments to Salon—in which he said the story doesn’t carry sizes beyond large because overweight people aren’t welcome in his stores—recently went viral. One filmmaker even started a campaign to give Abercrombie clothes to the homeless. Now “Parks & Recreation” star Jim O’Heir has thumbed his nose at the company in a sketch that appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s show last week. O’Heir visited an Abercrombie store and purchased three T-shirts that obviously were much too small. But that didn’t deter O’Heir, he simply cut slits in the shirts before taping and stapling them together, creating a shirt with the logo, “Abercrombercrombercrombie & Fitch.