Dutch broadcaster Veronica told to cover up

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Tenants of the building where the broadcasting company is located at say pictures of scantily clad females from the reception area are offensive.

12 August 2008

THE NETHERLANDS - The Telegraaf newspaper is reporting that the Veronica broadcasting company is being asked to remove pictures of scantily clad females from the reception area of its Hilversum headquarters.

The other tenants of the building say that they find the illustrations, taken from the pages of the Veronica listings magazine, offensive.

The building's landlord, the German company Deka Immobiliën Investments, is taking Veronica to court to force them to remove the posters from the premises.

[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]

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3 Comments To This Article

  • historytechdoc posted:

    on 13th August 2008, 09:09:03 - Reply

    Deka would do their investors a better service by not wasting their money on expensive legal fees for such frivolous lawsuits. This may partially explain why some of Deka's funds have not performed as well as expected.
  • Wayne Hardy posted:

    on 12th August 2008, 18:26:37 - Reply

    Part of the continuing Americanization of Holland....
  • smcmullin2001 posted:

    on 12th August 2008, 16:24:27 - Reply

    Good lord… Will these people ever grow up? You'd think none of them had any genitals of their own.