Love Island plastic surgery ads banned

The Advertising Standards Agency has banned adverts screened between segments of ITV’s Love Island last summer, on the grounds that the promotion of breast augmentation, during peak time, was ‘irresponsible and harmful’. Produced for cosmetic surgery MYA, campaigners argued that they ‘were exploitative of young women’s insecurities’. With Love Island’s target audience mostly made up…

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