Look4Love TV, an over-the-air digital channel, is being investigated by
Britain's advertising watchdog following a commercial for an online service,
Babestar.tv, which featured women wearing underwear and using sex toys,
according to Britain's Guardian newspaper. "She is just 18. She is
barely legal. If you like them young, take advantage of our young girl here at
Babestar," the announcer says. Look4Love defended the ad, saying it was shown
after 10:00 p.m., could be blocked by parents, and that it had warned that its
programs were suitable only for persons over 18. The newspaper said that that
the Advertising Standards Authority had ordered the broadcaster to drop the
campaign, and when it did not do so, the matter was referred to OFCOM, the
British broadcasting regulator.
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