Racy Breast Augmentation Ads Shock Subway Riders in NYC

Bianca Zen | 6 May 2014

Eye-popping ads posted in the New York City subways are raising eyebrows and questions about taste when it comes to the images plastered in cars and on platforms.

The ads for $3,900 breast augmentations show a close-up of a bustier-clad woman’s décolletage under the words, “Made in New York.” They’re posted in about 1,000 subway cars and 50 subway stations across the city.

PIX11 spoke with New Yorkers near subway entrances in Chelsea, and did not find one rider who wasn’t at least slightly offended by the racy ads.

“It’s not good for kids. It’s not good for the young people,” one man said.

“Why is this being advertised?” a woman asked. The MTA does not have complete control over the ads posted on its property.

Source: PIX11