Youth-oriented fashion retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, already facing legal action over allegedly racist hiring practices, regularly discriminates against its salespeople based on their attractiveness according to two ex-store managers.

In an interview with CBS current affairs program '60 Minutes', the former staff claimed corporate representatives for the Ohio-based company routinely had them reduce the hours of less attractive salespeople.

Abercrombie & Fitch, which promotes itself as a 'classic American' style brand, had a class action lawsuit filed against it on November 19 citing the chain's "overwhelmingly white" workforce as an example of discriminatory hiring practices.