's broadcaster suspends show for 'how to shop in a sexy way' tutorial

's state broadcaster suspends one of its shows for giving a tutorial on 'how to shop in a sexy way' featuring a scantily clad woman in high heels 'Detto Fatto' show has been suspended for perpetuating unhealthy stereotypes  In the clip, the scantily clad woman moves seductively through the supermarket  The tutorial advises women to 'arch their backs' to get to products on the higher shelves and to raise their knee 'to make the most intriguing situation'

By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline

Published: 10:43 GMT, 26 November 2020 | Updated: 10:43 GMT, 26 November 2020

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's state broadcaster has suspended one of its shows for giving a tutorial on 'how to shop in a sexy way' featuring a scantily clad woman in high heels. 

Chief Executive of RAI Fabrizio Salini said the segment which appeared on the  Detto Fatto (Said Done) show was an 'extremely serious' case of perpetuating unhealthy stereotypes. 

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Salini said an investigation will be launched to see if the show breached editorial guidelines, and another episode which was due to air yesterday was pulled, according to ilmessagero. 

In the video, a young woman dressed in high heels and squeezed into thigh high shorts, teaches women to shop in a supermarket sexily. 

The tutorial advises women to 'arch their backs' to get to products on the higher shelves and to raise their knee 'to make the most intriguing situation'.  

In the segment aired by Italian state broadcaster Rai, the woman can be seen advising women to arch their backs as they shop to appear more sexy

In the segment aired by Italian state broadcaster Rai, the woman can be seen advising women to arch their backs as they shop to appear more sexy

In the segment aired by Italian state broadcaster Rai, the woman can be seen advising women to arch their backs as they shop to appear more sexy

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