A Disney movie has been slammed for promoting "unrealistic beauty standards" to younger viewers.

Inner Workings, which was released in 2016, tells the tale of a man named Paul who wants to leave behind his mundane life and have some fun.

His love interest is a woman called Kate, who has a tiny waist and a seriously huge booty.

Despite being realised five years ago, a screen grab of Kate has circulated on Twitter this week for all the wrong reasons.

Pictures from the six-minute long movie were originally shared on Glich where a fan moaned: "In no world did [Disney] need to do this."

Disney movie Inner Workings has been criticised after viewers spotted the "unrealistic body types" used in the cartoon

The comment attracted the attention of other outraged Disney fans, with many social media users gobsmacked at Kate's cartoon figure.

One viewer penned: "I know it's just a cartoon but for the love of God... they need to put some belly on that girl."

A second posted: "What the absolute hell are these character designs?"

While a third ranted: "Kids will be concerned that a body should look like, do they know that’s it’s a Disney film right??? Half of the characters are unrealistic."

Kate has a tiny waist and a massive booty

"Funny how Disney back in the days were making realistic proportions of princesses and princes - no big eyes, no extreme waist, everything was so much nicer when looking normal," a fourth fan wrote.

Kate wasn't the only character to come under scrutiny.

Eagle-eyed viewers were quick to point out another female figure in the background on a beach, with some claiming she looked like she was 'melting'.

Daily Star has contacted Disney for a comment.

It comes just two weeks after Disney Pixar's new movie Soul came under fire as some viewers believed that Tina Fey's role should have been given to a Black actress.

The new film, which features the studio's first African American lead, tells the story of a music teacher called Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) who loses his life but manages to find his soul in the process.

Since the movie's release on Disney+, critics have noticed some questionable creative decisions that they argue fall short of hitting the mark.