Grocery Store Yanks Miranda Kerr’s Nude Cover From Stands — Is It Too Scandalous?

Kaitlan Collins Contributor
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A grocery chain has pulled a magazine featuring nude photos of Miranda Kerr on the cover because they deemed it “inappropriate.”

The 32-year-old model stripped down to her birthday suit for the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Now, Coles supermarkets are refusing to sell the edition. (RELATED: Miranda Kerr’s Nude Cover Is So Scandalous It Should Come With A Warning)

“In response to feedback from our customers, many of whom shop with their children, we removed the magazine from sale earlier this week,” a representative for the store said in a statement.

“We didn’t think the cover was appropriate for our stores so the decision was made.”

Miranda Kerr nude photos on Harper's Bazaar

(Photo: Splash News)

The editor-in-chief of the magazine said she was “disappointed” by the store’s decision. (PHOTOS: Miranda Kerr Is Just Teasing Everyone With These Bikini Photos)

“I have had so much positive feedback from around the globe, it is a shame Coles does not also recognize the artistic integrity of this image,” Kellie Hush said.

Of course Miranda Kerr made the list. (Photo: Getty Images)

(Photo: Getty Images)

“We’re now living in an era of Victoria’s Secret Angels, stolen nude photos and attempts to break the Internet with reality stars in provocative poses.” (SLIDESHOW: 15 Stunning Photos Of Miranda Kerr)