A billboard of a glamour model has sparked nutter complaints to the advertising censor.
Lapdancing club Perfect 10s pasted the poster on the side of a cafe in Blackpool Road, Ashton, to advertise an event marking the Preston city centre venue's seventh anniversary.
The 15ft picture shows a pouting woman peeling her knickers off, with a banner across her chest saying: Say hello to my new boobs for the first time at Perfect 10s.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has received three complaints about the poster, which was put up last week.
Some locals believe the billboard, was too graphic. Janine Reynolds said she would not be happy if her two-year-old grandson spotted the picture: The children from St Andrews School are off for six weeks but they'll still be going on the park
opposite. It's the bottom half of the picture – they should have cut it off from the navel down.
The ASA said there are no specific codes regarding nudity in adverts and context is taken into account.
Businessman Edgar Wallace, part of the consortium which owns Perfect 10s, said: I have not personally received any complaints or heard of any problems about the poster. However, if public opinion comes out in favour of removing the poster, I will
remove it straight away.