Hong Kong, one of Asia's busiest aviation hubs has found Pamela Anderson's latest ad for PETA, already banned at some US airports, too racy.
The ad shows the scantily-clad former 'Baywatch' star as an airport security guard who strips passengers of leather, fur and other skins, reports Adelaide Now.
The ad, titled Cruelty Doesn't Fly, also features comedian Steve-O, a star of the Jackass movie series, and German punk icon Nina Hagen.
It is already banned at airports in New York City and Boston, PETA said.
The animal rights group also said that it is still hoping to run the ad in other Asia-Pacific airports, including Tokyo, Seoul and Sydney.