It seems that living in a Nanny state is beginning to have an effect on the citizens of Britain, in as much as their commonsense and sense of proportion is being eroded.
Ringtone company, Jamster, has got itself into trouble with Nanny "wannabees".
Jamster's crime has been to use a computer graphic, Crazy Frog, to advertise its ringtone products. Seemingly some 60 people have complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about the frog; "Crazy" is showing, in their view, a little too much below the waistline.
Surely we have more important issues to address, than the design of a frog?
However, there is one good thing that to have come out of this attack of Nannyitis; someone has set up a petition to ban ring tone adverts. You can sign it by visiting Ban Ring Tone Ads.