Beyoncé's spot censored for "erotic"

Yes, it is advertised for Beyoncé was censored in Great Britain: this is the TV spot for their new perfume 'Heat', which will not be able to be broadcast on British screens before 19.30:XNUMX p.m.

Causes? Advertising is very "erotica" to be seen by day, the British considered. «We consider that Beyoncé's body movements, and the prolonged focus of the images on the fact that her dress is coming off, partially exposing her breasts, creates a sexually provocative advertisement.«.

Still, the ad can be viewed at night, as it is not considered inappropriate for adults. «There is no sexually explicit content and the singer Beyoncé was not completely naked«.

Via | Third

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