A mall in Phoenix, Arizona called SanTan Village is receiving complaints about Victoria's Secret ads recently erected in their town — people claim they are "pornographic." Residents say such ads cannot be tolerated in a "family-friendly" town such as theirs. Uh, what makes a town "family-friendly"?! And what would these people think of a town such as New York? Is it a hotbed of heathen pervs? Don't answer that. Anyway, are they overreacting? Or should children be shielded from seeing Gisele in a bejeweled bra? [East Valley Tribune]