Miranda Kerr appears naked on the cover of Harper's Bazaar Australia's January/February 2016 issue, and some people are not happy about the view.
After receiving negative comments from their customers, Australian supermarket Coles has decided to pull all copies from their grocery store shelves -- a total of 776 stores nationwide.
"In response to feedback from our customers, many of whom shop with their children, we removed the magazine from sale earlier this week," a rep for Coles told news.com.au.
On the controversial NSFW cover, the 32-year-old model leaves little to the imagination as she poses fully nude on a balcony, wearing only a pair of sparkly Christian Louboutin stilettos, a necklace and earrings. The photoshoot took place at The London West Hollywood and was shot by Australian photographer, Steven Chee.
The magazine's editor-in-chief, Kellie Hush, told Women's Wear Daily that seeing the issues removed from stores is "disappointing."
"Obviously I don't want anything damaging to the brand and don't think this is," she explained. "It's disappointing, but I'm very proud of it. Steven Chee is an amazing photographer, my team are proud of it, Miranda is proud of it. It's not going to stop me from pushing boundaries again, that's for sure."
While Hush hasn't commented about the situation much on social media, she did retweet a few opinions.
"The news headline said '@MirandaKerr goes naked for Harper's Bazaar'. She's clearly wearing shoes... what a prude!," Andy Lee, from the Hamish & Andy radio show, joked.
"@Coles … The naked truth?" another user wrote.
Kerr has yet to address the controversy.
Another celebrity we've seen take it all off recently is Amy Schumer, who posed in only her underwear and a pair of heels for the 2016 Pirelli Calendar, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. While Kerr was slammed for stripping down, Schumer was praised, specifically for being the subject of a shoot that typically features supermodels.
"I felt more beautiful than I've ever felt in my life," the Trainwreck actress said of the shoot. "I felt like it looked like me."
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