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Las Vegas, Nevada has banned an ad campaign of Heidi Klum. Reportedly, the city banned the ad from being displayed in McCarran Airport because of the provocative appearance of Heidi Klum and equally provocative tag lines of the ad.

TMZ reports that based on the Clark Country Code, Heidi Klum's ad, wherein she is blocking her boobs with her limbs but showing off a lot of underboobs, beside phrases with double entendre such as "What does Heidi Klum play with in the bath?" and "What keeps Heidi Klum busy in the shower?" are not appropriate for the McCarran Airport.

According to TMZ, these tag lines are suggestive and provocative. The tag lines are also claimed to be hinting heavily at the idea of masturbation. However, this is not the problem with the ad. Rather, it is Klum's showing of her breasts with "less than a fully opaque covering or any portion thereof below the nipple" that is the real problem here.

The company behind the steamy and suggestive ad, Company Sharper Image, had a remedy. Instead of letting all the hard work devoted to the campaign go to waste, the company just decided to tone down the ads. The new ads featured Heidi donning a black vest as well as a blazer. The tag lines, however, remained. The campaigns were made to sell in-shower speakers and headphones.

Despite the changes in the ad to accommodate the outcry in Sin City, a spokesperson of Sharper Image also insists that the company believes the pictures are all tasteful as well as beautiful, and in no way, should have been banned for being inappropriate.

'We are shocked that the Sharper Image ads featuring Heidi Klum have been banned in Las Vegas-- of all places,' Chief Marketing Officer, Dari Marder, remarked. "The reaction to it has been fabulous to date and it is running in all forms of media without any issue," the spokesperson added. Heidi earlier this year claimed that campaigns requiring her to be more risqué and bold are her most favorite. For her, these are the most enjoyable for her to do.