There’s controversy over a number of underwear posters at Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin.
They feature models posing suggestively in lingerie.
The ads are to promote Luxury underwear brand Agent Provocateur which is launching a pop-up shop at House of Fraser ahead of Valentine’s Day.
However a group of parents believe the ads are too suggestive for such a public place.
@houseoffraser We parents who spend our money in your store will do so no longer as your company pays no heed to all the complaints received in relation to the window dressing of your Dundrum outlet. We want our children's innocence protected. Press/radio coverage to follow. pic.twitter.com/8pan9NY5wU
— Kenneth Durr (@kenneth_durr) February 6, 2019
Ringleader Kenneth Durr, who is organising a protest against the posters for this weekend, says Ireland is losing it's morals: 'The country is on a slippery slope as far as morals go. By allowing this kind of photography, it's as if we've given up on having any kind of moral decency for our children. You only have to back 20 years and look at the difference in moral fiber between then and now'.
People are going mad about these posters in Dundrum Town Centre. Do you think they’re too sexy? pic.twitter.com/tjv1aGuLWn
— Kim Buckley (@KiiimBuckley) February 7, 2019