A RISQUÉ businesswoman has been causing some trouble in a city where she placed a giant billboard of her scantily-dressed self.
The Australian model doesn't care that she forced herself into the centre of controversy for advertising her OnlyFans account in the heart of Perth.
The issue goes far beyond a neighbourly niggle as the giant advertisement is being displayed at a busy intersection in the centre of the city.
Alongside the racy picture of the unnamed model is links to her account on the adult content subscription service.
However, the confident creator has taken all the criticism in her stride.
“I’m running a business, whether people like to believe that or not," she told 7News.
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Drawing on the argument that the picture is easily accessible online, she says: “If anybody of any age wants to see something, they’ll find it…I can’t control that."
It is a novel, if not risky, means of advertising for adult content creators. Yet, the model says its definitely paid off and that all the added attention – bad or good – has just boosted her subscribers.
Among those who are unhappy at the woman's business strategy include the locals closest to the billboard, who have complained that it is inappropriate for children.
“It’s a family area, and it’s an over-18 adult site, so I think children shouldn’t really be able to see that,” one woman said.
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However, the upset neighbours have taken it one step further and lodged a formal complaint with the advertising regulatory body – Ad Standards.
Under the Australian Association of National Advertisers' code of ethics it states that adverts must “treat sex, sexuality and nudity with sensitivity to the relevant audience”.
AD Standards have received four complaints about the OnlyFans advert so far, 7News reported.
They will now have to investigate whether the sexy lingerie picture is a breach of the code.
In the meantime, the creator has been defending her decision on local radio stations.
She told Perth's 6PR radio that its achieving the attention she wanted.
Plus, she reassured the host that it's difficult for teenagers to access her page through the links in the advert as it restricted to over 18s.
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