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Sexualised poster for Rihanna’s perfume is banned from areas with children

Advertising Standards Agency said poster was inappropriate for children
Features Rihanna wearing wearing only heels with legs resting on bottle
Single complaint prompted the ASA to investigate the poster’s suitability
It ruled the advert was sexually provocative, but not demeaning to women
As such it can now only be displayed in areas where children won’t see it

A poster advertising Rihanna’s perfume Rogue has been banned in areas where children are likely to see it because it presents the pop star in a ‘sexually suggestive’ way.

The advert features an image of the Barbados-born singer sitting on the floor with her head and shoulders leaning against a wall and her legs raised against a large bottle of perfume.

The Advertising Standards Agency said it imposed a placement restriction on the poster, which was produced on behalf of perfume company Parlux Fragrances, after a single complaint that it was offensively sexual, demeaning to women and featured images not suitable for children to see.

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The Advertising Standards Agency said it imposed a placement restriction on the poster, which was produced on behalf of perfume company Parlux Fragrances, after a single complaint that it was offensively sexual, demeaning to women and featured images not suitable for children to see.

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