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20:21 | 22nd May 2017

Entertainment News: News

Thu 30 Jun, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


Well, what were you expecting?

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Ofcom has reportedly received a number of complaints regarding Channel 5’s new reality show about London’s lesbian community and its risqué promo ads airing throughout the day.

Promo has kicked in full swing for the new reality show Candy Bar Girls, which looks into the lives of the girls at the famous London lesbian bar of the same name, but many have already been put off by the suggestive and innuendo filled 30 second ads.

One sees a woman kneeling down in the lap of another lady as the voiceover says "Pussy loving ladies."

As the camera pans out it shows that the lady was in-fact stroking a stuffed cat and the voiceover then says: "Well, what were you expecting?"



The provocative ads run in cohesion to the strapline of the show - Real lesbians, real lives, no clichés.

The TV watchdog has revealed that have already received over 14 complaints and are now investigating the matter to see if Channel 5 are in breach of broadcasting regulations about appropriate scheduling and harm and offence

 

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