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Advertising for the energy drink Shark have been banned in the UK after concerns that they condone sexual violence. The UK's advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority, received 12 complaints about a poster campaign for the drink which featured naked male and female models scarred by scratch and bite marks.


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