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Bar Refaeli's New Sexy Bikini Commercial Is Too Hot for Israeli TV

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You may remember hearing the news that Bar Refaeli teamed up with Hoodies to create a new swimwear line (she announced it with a bare bump bikini pic while 5-months pregnant!). Well, now the ad campaign is out and the video is so steamy, Israeli commercial television authorities banned it from primetime viewing.

Bar Refaeli
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In the video, she frolics in a skimpy bikini running between the beach and a beach house, swaps bikini bottoms in a car and showers in a thong-style suit (which, we should add, were all filmed while the supermodel was 3-months pregnant).

According to
The Times of Israel
, the Second Broadcasting Authority for Television and Radio ordered the close-up shots of the model’s backside and clips where she is nude to be deleted. And the ad can only be aired in Israel after 10 p.m.

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Turns out, this isn’t the first time one of Refaeli’s ads were too hot for TV. In 2014 she modeled in a Hoodies lingerie commercial and the same broadcasting authority announced the video had “too many sexual insinuations” to air before 10 p.m

It starts by showing Refaeli and a muppet laying together in bed, and goes on to show the creepy muppet character fantasizing about multiple Refaelis at a car wash and playing strip poker.

And for more shots from the steamy shoot…

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עכשיו בחנויות 👙☀️ קולקציית בגדי ים בעיצובי ! #BARforhoodies

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חג שמח 👙 #jeans #mycollection

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We imagine this won’t stop the star from filming skin-baring ads anytime in the near future. Just wait until her post-baby body reveal.

Do you think the ad is too sexual for primetime? Share in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil