A naked ad of Supermodel Cara Delevingne has been cleared by watchdogs who say the the ad was ‘sexually suggestive’ but not ‘sexually explicit’ Photo: Stian Alexander
An attempt to ban a naked poster of the model Cara Delevingne from being displayed near mosques and churches has been thrown out by the advertising watchdog after advertisers argued that it resembled “classical” art.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled that the billboard, which shows Miss Delevingne wallowing in a shallow pool of water with one breast and buttock visible in profile, was “sensual and sexually suggestive” but not explicit.
The nearest mosque is about 100 metres away from where poster was on display while the closest church is three times that distance, the adjudication notes.
It also threw out a claim that it was degrading to women, ruling that similar naked imagery is common in the beauty industry…