Rihanna’s Perfume Ad Is Banned In The United Kingdom For Being Too Sexy

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

ROGUE for Rihanna

The United Kingdom is telling Rihanna to tone it down “dirty bird” saying the pose in a Rogue Perfume ad is too “provocative”. Brits are claiming the Rihanna perfume ad is just too sexy for public subways and malls for kids of all ages to see.

According to reports the British Advertising standards Authority banned the ad for the sexually suggestive image.

The ruling came two days after Rihanna received the Icon of Fashion Award by the CFDA in New York city. Where RiRi attended the event in a sheer glittery dress that could only be described as a naked dress.

Last month Instagram sent a message to the 26-year-old Barbados born beauty to cover-up or face a ban after the photo-sharing site found several of her posts violated the site’s nudity rules.

In the banned ad for ROGUE a topless Rihanna leans her back against a door frame with her arms coving up her breast and legs in the air against a giant bottle of ROGUE with the caption ” Where Have You Been?”.

Rihanna and ROGUE perfume has only 3 weeks to appeal the advertising regulator’s ban.

ASA is a self-regulated system that investigate camplaints and breaches in Britain’s CODE OF Advertising practice (the CAP code)

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What do you think? Is the ad too sexually suggestive?

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