Topless French Connection advert sparks fury after being placed in window of Manchester city centre store.
- Revolving billboards in St Ann's Square show topless men and women - Pictures attracted complaints to Advertising Standards Authority that nudity 'offensive' and models appear 'unnaturally thin' - FCUK marketing says first black and white shoot for brand by photographer Rankin is in line with its 'edgy' image
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I don't get very angry these days but some of those people need a f$%king punch in the face.
They aren't offended that the person is topless, it seems they are more bothered by the fact she isn't fat.
HOW dare anybody put up a picture of a slim healthy sized model to advertise something, if it was a shot of a larger sized model I bet it would be praised for its originality and welcoming all body shapes and sizes.
How sick is it that some people find the display of the human body..and in this case only the top half..offensive!!! Just how screwed up are some folk to think the human breast is offensive? Too sad really and beyond comment.
At least the advert has done the trick in no uncertain terms. I wouldn't be surprised if it gets free tv exposure as well!