Truly. Madly. Cheeky.

Posted by Victoria's Secret on Friday, September 25, 2015

Yo, girl! Where's your other butt cheek?!

Victoria's Secret is facing some backlash after posting an image of a model to their Facebook page and Twitter account that appears to have fallen victim to a bad Photoshop job. Mainly, she looks to be missing an entire butt cheek. What happened to ol' leftie?!

The ad is supposed to be promoting Victoria's Secret's new mesh-back cheeky panty line, but the photo of the model showing off her assets seems to be lacking in the "cheeky" department. 

Do you think it's just the way the model is standing or did someone screw up the Photoshop job and forget that a rear end usually has two sections? A lot of people seem to think it's the latter, with countless comments coming in on Twitter and Facebook shaming VS for posting the image. Especially since the caption, "Truly...madly...cheeky" invites eyes to stare directly at the model's behind. Maybe next time make sure the model does indeed possess two cheeks before asking folks to check out what is supposed to be a voluptuous derrière?

Facebook users are turning up the heat on Victoria's Secret's failed photoshop job with comments like "I don't think you can call it 'cheeky' if she only has 1 cheek" and "Truly. Madly. Deformed. #tryagainVicki." Meanwhile, Twitter seems to be just flat-out confused about the missing half:

Someone on Facebook even offered to "fix" the Photoshop fail, and we have to say, we definitely prefer the two-butt cheek look.

Victoria's Secret photoshop fail

Victoria's Secret/Facebook

Many commenters also mentioned teen retailer American Eagle, who recently vowed to stop Photoshopping and airbrushing their lingerie models, and their sales have actually spiked. And this is definitely not the first time Victoria's Secret has faced backlash for Photoshopping their models.

Victoria's Secret had no comment on the image.

What do you guys think? Did VS totally hack up this model or are people overreacting to the cheeky promotional ad?

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