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Those parents among you who worry about how to protect your little ones from the seedier side of the internet will be shocked to learn that in future you may have to add Sky News to the growing number of proscribed sites punting hideous smut to innocent kiddies.

The company's website recently ran a photo gallery on an anti-bullrunning protest in Pamplona, during which enraged treehuggers whipped off their kit in solidarity with their taurine distant cousins.

Sky News in bull protest outrage. Picture: Sky NewsAll pretty tasteful, too, which bears witness to the photographer's skill in avoiding unnecessary exposure of Middle England to al fresco Iberian jubs. Sometimes, though, it's impossible not to cop an eyeful of mam, so cue Photoshop operative with the obligatory modesty mosaic ploy.

Ahem. The young lady whose assets escaped the attention of the Sky News censor does at least have her face obscured by a placard reading "Put yourself in the bull's skin", and we assume this is Spanish equivalent of "put yourself in his shoes", rather than an invitation to Naomi Campbell to slip into a bullskin cape with matching handbag and shoes. ®

Bootnote

Thanks to Neil Bains for the nip-off. He describes the photograph as "disgraceful" - a sentiment fully shared by all of us at Vulture Central.

In related news, one of the Reg adsales boys is currently in Pamplona since he has rather foolishly decided that running up a crowded street in front of an onslaught of enraged beef is a very good idea indeed.

Pictures are promised, and we hope to run our own spread of his repatriation to the UK in an air ambulance in the next couple of days. Watch this space.

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