Pamela Anderson's Racy PETA Ad Banned in Hong Kong Airport
A racy animal rights advert featuring Pamela Anderson has been banned from another airport after officials in Hong Kong deemed the promo too risky. Anderson is seen posing as a scantily-clad member of airport security staff in the clip for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
She is shown stripping passengers, including star Steve-O and comic Andy Dick, of their leather, fur and other animal products as they pass through security checks. It was banned from Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts in November and now chiefs at Hong Kong's airport have refused to screen the ad, because it was "considered inappropriate" and might offend some visitors, reports the AFP.
The promo was banned from all three New York City airports by officials last year amid fears it was not suitable for passengers with young children.
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