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Pamela Anderson Bikini Ad Banned For Being Sexist (VIDEO)

06/06/2013 11:46 EDT | Updated 06/06/2013 11:46 EDT
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LAS VEGAS, NV - MARCH 22: Actress Pamela Anderson arrives at Cirque du Soleil's 'One Night for ONE DROP' at Hyde Bellagio at the Bellagio on March 22, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Steven Lawton/FilmMagic)

Pamela Anderson just can't keep her boobs out of the news.

After blowing up the Internet (figuratively, of course) with racy boob-a-licious pics from a Vogue Brazil photo shoot, our favourite busty Canadian is making the news again thanks to, yep, you guessed it, her breasts.

The "Barb Wire" hottie's naughty new TV commercial for Dreamscape Networks' Crazy Domains has been banned in Britain after the country's Advertising Standards Authority received four complaints.

So what do these four complainers find so offensive? The one-minute commercial features the 45-year-old in an office boardroom wearing a low-cut blazer and surrounded by men and a female assistant, who also happens to be hot and chesty. But that's probably not what has some people up in arms. A dream scene features the two women gyrating in teeny tiny bikinis, covered in cream.

The ASA said in a statement that they decided to pull the ad because it was "sexist and degrading to women."

"The ASA understood that the ad was intended as a parody of a mundane business meeting and was intended to be humorous and light-hearted. Whilst we noted Dreamscape Networks' and Clearcast's comments about the female characters being portrayed as strong, confident business women, we considered that they were also portrayed sexually throughout the ad, not just during the fantasy sequence. Although the fantasy scene, which we considered was sexually suggestive, was limited to Adam's imagination, we considered it gave the impression that he viewed his female colleagues as sexual objects to be lusted after. Because of that, we considered the ad was likely to cause serious offense to some viewers on the basis that it was sexist and degrading to women."

The company which made the commercial defended the sexy scene saying that it was supposed to be "over-the-top and comical."

What do you think? Is the commercial funny or do you think it's sexist?

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Check out Pammy's racy Vogue Brazil photo shoot:

Pamela Anderson Bikini Shoot For Vogue Brazil