Neither have you posted the contrary. This is just a random request
Random request? You came up with random people, with their BMI values, and YOU don't think they are "overweight", without defining "overweight". If you can't go into those people's future from the time the photograph was clicked, and find their health problems, your opinion on their being overweight is meaningless.
Anyhow, I've posted links showing that waist to height is preferable
Which doesn't really show it is preferable. It doesn't answer the women question. Secondly, a large majority of men develop lots of fat only near their abdomen. While waist to height ratio does correctly predict higher CVD incidence for such people, the pattern of diffuse fat deposition all through the body causes higher joint strain. Waist to height ration does nothing to predict that. This diffuse fat deposition pattern while being more popular in women, is not limited to women.
If you narrow down the purpose of a metric to CVD prediction, that too correctly only in males, waist to height ration could be said to be better.
Funny, you don't consider the ~50% women important but 5-10% "incorrect" predictions makes BMI a "lie" ?