The BSA has released its decision on the first two episodes of British dating show Naked Attraction, finding the episodes were acceptable for broadcast but a stronger content warning for audiences was needed. The BSA received complaints from 13 complainants that the episodes should not have been allowed to air due to the high level of nudity and sexual discussion. One aspect of the complaints was upheld under the good taste and decency standard, due to the inadequate warning. The decision highlights the importance of broadcasters using the suite of tools available, such as audience warnings, to assist audiences to make informed choices about what they watch.
You can read our media release on this decision here.
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