Ah, Victoria’s Secret. You’ve done it again.
In an image posted to the company’s Facebook page on 25 September, a model is shown leaning against a wall while wearing a semi-sheer pair of “cheeky” underwear.
The model is naked on top and is clearly supposed to be striking a desirable pose that will make viewers want to rush out and buy a pair of those silky green undies.
It almost works — until you look closer and notice one ridiculous thing.
Can you see it?
The model has been so heavily Photoshopped that she appears to have barely any left buttock — which is rather ironic, given that the name of that style of undies is “cheeky”.
At the top of the model’s bottom, there also seems to be a rather odd gap between her bum cheeks.
As Huffington Post points out, the poor woman seems to be missing a chunk of her right arm, too. Oh, dear.
It’s just another reminder that images of women’s bodies used in advertising are usually not the real deal: There’s a whole lot of behind-the-scenes editing to make those models look that way.
So no, you shouldn’t start wondering why your own left buttock is fully intact.
Some more dodgy Photoshopping: