Lads' mags should not be visible in a shop so children can be protected from nudity they do not understand, a leading journalist told Daybreak.
Eleanor Mills, an associate editor for the Sunday Times, said she did not want to go into shops and explain "a completely naked bottom" to her two children.
"I was in a garage the other day where there was a copy of the Daily Star which had a naked bottom and my three-year-old niece said to me, 'what's that? Why is that lady got her bum out? That, I think, is what people are complaining about.'"
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