This is what I found on FOXNEWS.COM:
The Advertising Standards Authority of the U.K. (ASA) is upholding a complaint against clothing retailer Missguided, regarding an ad ultimately deemed to be “presenting women as sexual objects.”
The complaint, originally filed in November 2019, stemmed from a Missguided advertisement posted at a U.K. train station, which pictured a model “leaning against a side table wearing an unbuttoned jacket with nothing underneath, sheer tights and high heels,” according to the ASA.
The person(s) who filed the complaint had claimed the ad “overly sexualized” the woman in the poster, and ultimately “objectified women.”
There was also a complaint about another Missguided poster featuring a woman in a “pink mini dress.”
ASA did not uphold that complaint.
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An advert for online retailer Missguided has been banned for “objectifying” women https://t.co/HNxvm2p2Po
— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 4, 2020
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