Rihanna’s perfume ad banned in Britain

Singer Rihanna's new perfume advertisement has been banned from public places in Britain.
A poster advertising the We Found Love singer's new fragrance, Rogue, has been deemed ‘sexually suggestive’ by the The Advertising Standards Agency in Britain and forbidden from being placed in areas where young children might see it.

The image, produced by perfume company Parlux Fragrances, sees the sultry star posing provocatively up against a giant fragrance bottle, wearing nothing but a pair of heels, reports

While the Advertising Standards Agency concluded the poster was ‘unlikely’ to be demeaning to women because of Rihanna's air of confidence and control. However, they did rule the ad must not appear again without a placement restriction.

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