Another tweet questioned the new 'fair use' policy change for serial returners saying "the irony of them clearly deceiving what the clothes actually look like yet recently banning accounts that 'return too many items'."
The new policy states that accounts can be deactivated when the retailer deems a shopper has returned too many items during a set period.
ASOS responded to the original tweet apologising and promising to flag it with their team but other shoppers were quick to criticise.
Less than 12 hours later the photos had been replaced.
Last week, ASOS announced updates to their returns policy - allowing Australian shoppers extended returns from 28 days to 45 days.
Full refunds will be available if items are returned within 28 days, but now up to 45 days, a gift voucher will be issued for the amount spent.