The music video for Pitbull's new single 'Don't Stop The Party' has been banned from UK TV after being deemed "too risque" for younger viewers.
The explicit and graphic music video, which Pitbull premiered in October, shows groups of women parading around in their underwear while other clips see the ladies seductively writhing around in bed apparently stark naked.
Shots of Pitbull choosing a selection of branded vodka, women grinding on men and party-goers smoking on what appears to be Shisha pipes are just some of the reasons why UK music video TV channels have refused to broadcast the video.
A source explained to Entertainmentwise that Pitbull's party video has more than 25 issues which have been deemed too raunchy for TV.
"Pitbull has been known for his risque videos and his love for the ladies but regulators in the UK were furious when they saw his new video," the source told us.
"They picked out over 25 bits of the video that they deemed inappropriate, some of which they banned from UK TV altogether and others which could only be shown after the watershed. Their issues including semi naked girls, "grinding" and girls drinking from vodka bottles. Clearly they want to put an abrupt end to Pitbull's party."
Despite the ban, the video has clocked up almost five million views on YouTube and the rapper doesn't appear too bothered by the snub, instead focusing on the release of his forthcoming album Global Warming which is released on November 19.
Watch the 'Don't Stop The Party' music video below...