The U.K. is slapping a censor on Rihanna's ad for her new perfume "Rogue." The London Evening Standard reports the country's Advertising Standards Agency has placed a ban on the pop star's latest posters, which show her topless and curled up against a wall.
The agency has deemed the almost nude shot "sexually suggestive," and the ad will no longer be allowed in areas where it is likely to be seen by children.
The Rihanna ad ban comes weeks after the singer left Instagram over a supposed rift with the site over its censorship policy. She also stirred up controversy earlier this week with a see-through gown at the CFDA Awards in New York.