Fitness influencer Ashy Bines mocked for offering her old Christmas tree to Queensland flood victims: 'It's seen better days' SuperNayr

Ashy Bines was doing a good deed this week but it didn’t go to plan. 

The fitness influencer offered up her Christmas tree to victims of the Queensland floods. 

‘Is there a family that lost their Christmas tree in the storms this year? If so, I would love to gift you ours,’ the 33-yeaar-old wrote Instagram Stories. 

Outspoken The Podcast was quick to share the offer to their own page but were left than impressed. 

‘Surely we are being trolled. ‘I don’t think this classifies as a good deed’ they captioned the image. 

Ashy Bines (pictured) was doing a good deed this week but it didn't go to plan. The fitness influencer offered up her Christmas tree to victims of the Queensland floods

Ashy Bines (pictured) was doing a good deed this week but it didn’t go to plan. The fitness influencer offered up her Christmas tree to victims of the Queensland floods

‘I’m all for recycling, but this poor tree has seen better days. I don’t think it’s cheering anyone up.’  

Queenslanders have been doing it tough as heavy rains lash the region.  

Intense rain, thunderstorms and large hail lashed parts of Australia’s east coast on Monday caused by a massive storm front stretching 500km across the south-east.

The region is set to receive another drenching on Tuesday, with the Bureau of Meteorology warning the forecast is ‘dangerous’ for residents.

The heavy and widespread rainfall is set to continue from Gympie to the NSW border, prompting fears of ‘life-threatening flash flooding’. 

'Is there a family that lost their Christmas tree in the storms this year? If so, I would love to gift you ours,' the 33-yeaar-old wrote Instagram Stories

‘Is there a family that lost their Christmas tree in the storms this year? If so, I would love to gift you ours,’ the 33-yeaar-old wrote Instagram Stories

Outspoken The Podcast was quick to share the offer to their own page but were left than impressed. 'Surely we are being trolled. 'I don't think this classifies as a good deed' they wrote

Outspoken The Podcast was quick to share the offer to their own page but were left than impressed. ‘Surely we are being trolled. ‘I don’t think this classifies as a good deed’ they wrote

Ashy faced controversy earlier this year when she was accused of trying to withhold customer receipts at her upcoming warehouse sale.

She recently advertised a clearance sale on products from her loungewear and activewear brand Baseline, was was held on May 6 and 7 last year.

A list of items was posted online alongside the notice: ‘Visa, Mastercard, Debit, Apple Pay and cash accepted. No receipts, refunds or exchanges – all sales are final.’

Instagram watchdog account influencertea_aus posted a screenshot of this notice, and questioned the legality of selling clothes without providing receipts.

In response to these questions, the price list was reuploaded to Bines’ Instagram Stories a few hours later with the added clarification: ‘Receipts can be given via email. Just no paper ones.’

Queenslanders have been doing it tough as heavy rains lash the region causing flooding

Queenslanders have been doing it tough as heavy rains lash the region causing flooding 



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