Tuesday, June 7, 2011
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And she has no idea how she got there, although police have her on a security video using an ashtray to break a window to get in.
Police said a woman recently broke into a restaurant and was found sleeping in a booth half naked. Angelique Manriquez appeared in metropolitan court on Sunday.
An alarm went off at Pappadeux’s Restaurant on Pan American Freeway. When police arrived they found her sleeping in one of the booths without a shirt or bra, according to the criminal complaint.
Topless Woman Found Sleeping In Restaurant, Police Say - Albuquerque News Story - KOAT Albuquerque
More Topless Tuesday Fun: Clothing Store Aimed at Tween Girls Pulls Ads With Topless Girl in Jeggings
What's worse? Posting a picture of what appears to be an underage girl (your target audience) topless in in ads that will run on buses, or not know what the hell jeggings are?
Australasian tween clothing chain Supre is under fire after running sexual advertisements featuring a young topless model. Stores in New Zealand and Australia have pulled the campaign after complaints.Chainstore axes topless adverts - Life & Style - NZ Herald News
The Australian Advertising Standards Bureau said it had received many complaints about the images that appeared in print and on buses that show young topless girls in jeggings (a jeans-leggings cross) with only their hair covering their breasts, as well as the television commercial that contains "sexualised content".
Supre has 23 stores in New Zealand which all had posters featuring the topless young girls around their stores until staff were told to remove them last week. However, yesterday the images still featured on its website. In Australia, a bus campaign was also pulled.
The Australian Advertising Standards Bureau said: "The board noted that the image is a large image on buses and is therefore able and likely to be seen by a very broad audience, including children."