Tesco has announced that so-called "lads' mags", usually featuring images of scantily clad women, will only be sold to customers over 18 years of age in the supermarket.
The new restriction, starting from now, is one of a raft of measures made by the supermarket in response to customer concerns about the racy images in magazines such as Nuts, Zoo, Front and Loaded.
A Tesco spokesman said: "We are restricting the sale of these magazines to people over the age of 18 to reassure parents who do not want their children to be able to purchase these titles."
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