New York, Nov 15 (IANS) A law school in the US has been facing criticism after its students found pictures of semi-naked male and female models in a clothing firm's advertisements which were shot in the school's library.
The Brooklyn Law School events director never told administrators about the racy photo shoot by Italian garment maker Diesel in March last year, according to New York Post.
The administration didn't find out until students started seeing the sexy photos on the clothing company's website. "The first they became aware of the nature of the ads was Thursday," a spokesperson of the institute was quoted as saying.
The report said, when the Italian firm was allowed to use the library for the photo shoot, officials at the school thought that models would merely don Diesel denim.
Chris Gibbons, the school staffer who has been accused of allowing the photo shoot during the school's spring break in March, said: "I feel terrible that the law school is having all this negative publicity -- of course, that's my job, but that's really all I can say."
The shots, which have been spread all over the internet, includes the picture of a blue boxer-brief-wearing model resting his head on the red-bra-covered bosom of a blonde who's reclined atop a bookshelf.