Don’t you just love to see corporate hypocrisy exposed in a funny way? I do. So I thoroughly enjoyed this video of an ImprovEverywhere prank involving shirtless men going into Abercrombie and Fitch.
The company pays a shirtless male model to stand at the entrance and greet customers. There is artwork featuring shirtless men on the wall, and a bronze statue of one. So there should be no harm in 100 shirtless male customers shopping at once, right? Wrong.
I can’t say that I particularly enjoyed looking at most of the guys, but that’s not the point. If you’re going to have images of shirtless men in every nook and cranny, and pay a live one to stand at the front door, what the heck is the big deal?