Banned ads
In the year famous for a 'wardrobe malfunction,' these ads were too hot to handle.
December 15, 2004: 10:12 AM EST

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The FCC made things tougher for broadcasters who skated too close to decency restrictions. Howard Stern headed for satellite radio. So it's no surprise that a New York bus ad that promised oral sex to boys who read was left at the corner (as soon as blushing transit officials figured out what "get brain" meant to youngsters).

But who knew that Christina Aguilera dressed as a sexy nurse would be more offensive than Aguilera dressed as a sexy teacher?

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
CBS rejected PETA's ad, which the animal rights group wanted to run during Super Bowl XXXVIII. The ad, in which two scantily clad women try to seduce a pizza man but discover that he can't deliver "the goods," is intended to make the point that eating meat causes impotence.


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