After the controversial underwear company was angry at the exposed nipples, their ads were banned.

Another controversial underwear company banned its anger after exposing nipples.

According to a complaint, the Honey Birdette poster was exhibited at the Australian shopping mall and children could see the model’s nipples.

The offending advertisement is characterized by a woman wearing a white bra, a garter, stockings and underwear that faces away from the mirror.

‘The nipple of the model is exposed. The complaint said that this runs counter to the community standards and it should be said that it is all.

‘This is at my local shopping center. Posters are delivered by many families – kids, teenagers, parents – day after day.

“In the midst of increasing sexual assault in the news, it is not appropriate to legalize the sale of underwear using female nudes.”

Advertising standards Australia found the advertisement to be not exploitative or degrading, but “not suitable for a wide audience, including children.”

The ruling stated that the woman wore a pure lace and thought her nipples were visible, although this was not too obvious.

“The team believes that the degree of exposure is at the higher end of the scale and the image is highly sexy.”

In their initial response to advertising standards, Honey Birdette said they did not intend to offend anyone, they have noticed feedback.

They say that at Honey Birdette, we are very keen to empower women and make everyone feel more comfortable with their skin.

“We will periodically replace our posters according to our new range of products, and we will launch a new series in the near future.”

The ban is the 13th time Honey Birdette has been in 1998, and a total of 28 complaints against the company have been decided.

Daily Mail Australia contacted Honey Birdette for comments.

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