The new clip for Rihanna's 'S&M' single has reportedly been banned in eleven countries.
NME reports that the salacious clip has been banned in eleven countries, although it doesn't specify which ones ' maybe Iran, Indonesia, China, et al.
Oddly enough, her album is currently number one on the international best-seller chart in Saudi Arabia.
MTV are apparently considering re-editing it the clip for daytime play, even though Rihanna tweeted that they had approved the clip in the first place.
The 'S&M' clip is behind an 'adult content' screen on YouTube and BBC Radio 1 will only play the song after 7pm because of the lyrics.
The rainbow coloured clip features reporters wearing ballgags, a whip-wielding dominatrix, blow-up sex dolls, latex outfits, Rihanna walking celebrity blogger Perez Hilton around on a leash and herself in rope bondage.
She also suggestively swallows a banana in the clip, and tweeted afterwards that she hate bananas and had a spit bucket on set.
Rihanna is now hosting an uncensored version on her website.