Rihanna Advert Banned For Being 'Too Sexy'

A single complaint means the naked perfume poster can't be shown where children are likely to see it. Thank God for the internet

After yesterday's fuss around the fully see-through dress she wore to the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, former Esquire cover star Rihanna has capped off a supremely controversial week by getting her latest promotional push banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). 

The advert sees a totally naked Rhirhi kicking her legs up against a giant bottle of the perfume she's putting her name to and fixing the camera with a trademark defiant stare. A single complaint has led the to ASA declaring it too provocative to be displayed where children are likely to see it. 

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In other Rihanna news,  a member of her team stuck a video on Instagram of her twerking (violently sticking out and shaking her lower half, for the uninitiated) in said see-through dress. 

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