Valley Metro pulls ‘sexually explicit’ ads from light rail

Image courtesy of www.brandigg.deBy Dustin Gardiner The Republic |

Wanted: One Night Stand.

Depending on the viewer’s mind-set, those words displayed alongside a picture of a nightstand could be an advertisement for bedroom furniture or for a no-strings-attached encounter in the bedroom.

The double entendre is one of a handful at the center of a dispute between My Sister’s Closet, a Phoenix-based consignment-store chain, and Valley Metro, the public-transit agency that operates the light-rail system.


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