In vitro fertilisation IVF is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro "in glass". The process involves monitoring and stimulating a woman's ovulatory process, removing an ovum or ova egg or eggs from the woman's ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory. After the fertilised egg zygote undergoes embryo culture for 2—6 days, it is implanted in the same or another woman's uteruswith the intention of establishing a successful pregnancy.
A man woke to find Enclada performing a sex act on him on board the Central line. A pervert from south London performed "abhorrent and disgraceful" sex attacks on men sleeping on the Night Tube. Fernando Enclada has now been banned from using trains at night time following the two "unsolicited and perverse" sexual assaults he carried out on men on the Central line.
Many believe that the ad implies that in order for a woman to be ready for the beach, they must lose weight - a point they were driving home in massive, shouty capital letters. The Advertising Standards Authority received complaints about the campaign, and has launched an inquiry into whether it's offensive. A spokesman for the ASA explained that the ban came down to concerns over health claims, and now they've concluded that the ad can't return to the tube in its current form.
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A Red Bull advert has been banned for implying the energy drink can increase focus and concentration. Posters on the London Underground suggested the caffeinated drink could help workers finish work and leave by 4pm. Because to leap every hurdle a hectic day brings, you just need to know: Red Bull gives you wiiings
After receiving about complaints about the campaign, mostly that it objectified women, the Advertising Standards Authority has also launched an inquiry into whether the ad is offensive. A spokesman for the ASA explained that it was the health claims that led to the decision not to let the ad return in its current form. The ad campaign, which promotes Protein World weight-loss products, is due to end a three-week run on London underground.
The image in question features a dancer leaping into the air, facing away from the camera, wearing just a pair of tights. But, while she is clearly topless, there is nothing sexual about the image nor can you see anything appropriate. However, Hesit are unable to understand what about the bare back of a female dancer is supposed to be arousing.