As if Rihanna didn’t already stir up enough controversy with her sheer gown at the CFDA awards, her latest fragrance ad for her perfume Rogue attracts more controversy in the UK.

Alexa Noel
Rihanna’s latest ad campagin for her fragrance Rogue has been restricted from public display in some areas in the UK. In the ad, Rihanna lays beside the fragrance topless with her arms covering her chest and her legs rested against an oversize bottle of the perfume .According to Dailymail, officials from the British Advertising Standards Agency deemed the ad “sexually suggestive” and stated “While we did not consider the image to be overtly sexual, we considered that Rihanna’s pose, with her legs raised in the air was provocative. The Advertising Standards imposed the placement restriction on the ad after a single complaint was filed about the ad being offensively sexual, demeaning to women and not suitable for children to see.