Bosses of an outdoor swimming pool caused a stir when they banned racy swimwear.
The swimming facility at Jubilee Park in Woodhall Spa asked guests not to give them any cheek.
Thong bikinis were banned, as well as see-through suits.
So is there anything wrong with the saucy styles?
On Instagram, the Lincolnshire-based company shared a poster they’d stuck up around the pool.
The notice read: “We won’t give you any cheek. And we don’t expect to see any in return.”
Alongside the picture, a spokesperson added: “Just a gentle reminder about our swimwear policy.
“We are fully aware that it’s OK to wear thongs on Love Island, but not in a family friendly facility like ours.
“Thanks in advance!”
The social media post has racked up a positive response, with many agreeing that public swimming pools aren’t a place for skimpy swimwear.
One Instagram user wrote: “Haha I saw the poster when we were there…
“Hilarious. Not for Woodhall Spa.”
Another agreed: “We are loving this type of poster, it catches people’s eye.
“And it’s funny so people remember it. Well done.”
While the clamp-down on risqué pool attire has pleased many, it may upset fashion fans.
There have been plenty of cheeky crazes this year – and thong cossies are one of them.
The rise of the microbikini has seen many swimmers flash the flesh.
British retailer Oh Polly is among those who have released the body-baring garments.
Promotional snaps show two-pieces that are barely big enough the nipples.
Made in Chelsea star Ashley James is one of the body confident babes to try it out.
Other celebrities have also followed suit, with model Emily Ratajkowski and Love Island’s Jessica Shears making a splash.