Jul 5, 2017
Shell pulls Malaysia cardboard cutouts after 'distasteful' groping
Shell is removing life-sized cardboard cutouts of a female employee from all of its Malaysian petrol stations after "Distasteful" images appeared online. Shell said the acts went against local culture and its own values. The energy giant, which has more than 950 outlets in Malaysia, said it would not condone the "Distasteful and suggestive acts", which it said were "Disrespectful". The woman told local paper The Star that she felt "Humiliated" by the images. One man who posted a four-minute video on Facebook of himself kissing the cardboard cutout has reportedly apologised.
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