A female soldier, let's call her Bob, has joined my section. She's recently been released from Bordon and is currently on remedial PT because she is unable to run 500 metres without stopping and regularly falls out of the group during a slow run - although she can pass a PFA. Photos of her in basic show a slim-looking version of the lard bucket. Not to be sexist, there are plenty of young, obese male soldiers at my unit but these are mostly RAC and not my concern. Further prying reveals that she spends the majority of her spare time drinking copious amounts of german beer and consuming pretzels by the dozen. The problem is that we are deploying next year and I don't want a liability in my section. I've got a feeling that she is intentionally heading towards being non-deployable and it shouldn't be too long before an injury arises that leads to her becoming permanently downgraded. Everytime I see her 5 foot frame, expansion has taken place. Would it be seen as bullying if I brought a set of scales into work so as to monitor her weight gain?